I am done with an interview around three weeks ago but still no status changed nothing ?
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We had clients who waited for their decisions for several years. In some cases we had to file a Write of Mandamus to get a successful decision on a pending perfect adjustment case with excessive delay.
Without working on your case or knowing potential impediments to a decision it is impossible to suggest a timeframe for your decision. Perhaps, you may consider a consultation with a willing counsel?
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Anywhere from six months to ten years or even longer.
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Pretty much depends on the strength and weaknesses of your case - we know nothing about your case nor was any of us there with you at the interview, as well as the particular officer who interviewed you and finally on how busy the Chicago office currently is.
In any event, USCIS has by Regulation up to 120 days after an interview during which to render a decision on a case.
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