There is no exact amount of time. After speaking to some USCIS officers they have said up to 6 months. In my experience it has been more like 4 to 5 months.
USCIS has not publish estimated processing times for DACA.
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It will likely take at least a few months. At this point you will just need to be patient.
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My office has received decisions in the 2, 3, and 4 month time frames and are still waiting on several that were filed in late August.
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