There is no "standard" time for processing as each case is handled on an individual basis. For a general idea you can check on the USCIS website.
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I agree with my esteemed colleague, and will only add that the USCIS website's "processing times" usually do not reflect the true picture, as those lag behind the actual processing times, by at least a few weeks (or more).
Thus, please wait for at least a month after your case falls behind the USCIS published processing times before initiating any type of inquiry.
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Consult the processing times for the Vermont Service Center - see
Right now taking about 1 year
Please be advised you should definitely have an excellent attorney assist you - remember there is a certification requirement by the Law Enforcement and then and only then can you file for U-visa with USCIS. Consult an excellent attorney who handles these cases.
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