No it won't. Schedule an info pass. That's the best way. You cannot rush the government -- you're going to have to wait. You may want to consider speaking with an attorney about your case.
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Patience is a virtue especially when dealing with USCIS. There is no rhyme or reason. Give it some more time. The fact that your wife was scheduled and you have not been is not out of the ordinary. It is not something that would concern me at this time.
Three months is not a long wait at all, and the fact that your wife got scheduled before you is not an adequate basis to get your case expedited.
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No, that hardly ever really helps and especially not in your case where the "wait" or "delay" really amounts to not even a pack of beans in the Immigration world.
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No, a Senator or Representative would be of no help. Their inquiry serves only to have your file pulled and report back to you what has already happened. This process serves only to disrupt the next step you are waiting for.
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