uscis.gov provides estimated processing times.
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You need to wait, make an Inforpass, inquire by the toll free telephone number provided by the service or consult with your counsel of record if one retained. Chose the most appropriate.
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A recent case in Atlanta was scheduled for an interview within five months of the filing date. Your processing time may be different, but this might give you some idea of the timing. If you do not have an interview scheduled within six months of the filing date, then call USCIS.
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