Months. Best to hire local immigration lawyer to investigate.
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It always depends on the case and jurisdiction. On the East Coast - about 6 to 8 months.
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Each jurisdiction is different, but typically 6-8 months in Houston. You can look on the USCIS website for typical times to process/case times processing. Good luck to you both.
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Several months. 5 months is no unusual, do not be too worried. You can hire an attorney to investigate if the delay becomes too long. Best of luck!
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