You've got to be patient and step back. Things do not happen so fast as you'd like when dealing with government bureaucracies, especially when there are tens of thousands of other people applying at the same time as you, with the meager personnel resources USCIS has. Step back and relax.
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It may be a while. You shouldn't be so excited, because you'll upset those who have your best interests in mind. Relax and good luck.
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