You don't say whether your husband is a US citizen or permanent resident. If he is a citizen, 2-4 months is an average waiting period after the NVC has completed the processing and forwarded the file.
If your husband is a resident, you have a long wait. The priority date for June 2012 for second preference spouse cases is January 1, 2010. Since you say your priority date is October 2011, you will probably be waiting for at least 1-2 years.
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Generally 3 months or less
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I agree with my colleagues. A lot depends on facts you did not provide.
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