I had my interview on November 13th , all seems okay as the interviewer asked we will get the green card in few weeks , up untill this day not even a letter from immigration, my status still says interview was completed and my case must be reviewed am sooo confused. Thanks
USCIS typically takes four months after the interview to decide the case but can take longer (unlike naturalization, there is no specific time requirement for adjustment of status applications). You can look up the current overall processing time here for I-485 applications here: https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/. According to USCIS, the Baltimore field office currently is taking 10 to 23.5 months to adjudicate I-485 applications. If your case is outside of normal processing time I would encourage you to contact USCIS customer service to report and document the problem. You can call USCIS customer service at 1-800-375-5283. If USCIS is taking an unreasonable amount of time to adjudicate your application I would encourage you to contact an immigration lawyer with experience handling mandamus actions. A "Mandamus Action" is a lawsuit where you compel someone (in this case USCIS) to act when they have an obligation to do so (in this case decide your adjustment of case).
If you are not already represented by counsel, you should consult with an attorney to determine the reason for the delay. Many petitions are delayed due to the recent government shutdown and other factors. However, an attorney may be able to determine if there is an issue with your specific application. Immigration lawyer have various tactics they can use to get USCIS to move the petition along.
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