It might take another 4 months or so until you get the decision on the I-360 itself.
I hope, for your own sake, that you filed the VAWA with the help of an attorney who is representing you.
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Yes, it may take a year or longer for the I-360 to be approved, especially if there was a request for additional evidence.
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