That is entirely up to USCIS. Sometimes they update quickly, sometimes not at all.
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Good question. No one knows, From experience, sometimes eternity.
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In a case I just had it was within days. However I would not depend on anything from a website, but instead only be assured of the status of a case when you receive an official notice from USCIS.
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