Check processing times at www.uscis.gov under N400 for office you will be interviewed at. It is not unusual to still be waiting after 7 months.
No this does not indicate something is wrong with your application. Refer to USCIS case processing for specific timings.
You can obtain the official processing times in the USCIS website. The fact that you have been fingerprinted does not mean that you will be immediately scheduled for an interview. The scheduling of an interview will take time and depends also on the local USCIS office that is processing your case. Good luck to you.
This has to do with how busy the immigration service is and nothing to do with you.
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