This appears to be a duplicate question.
Contact an attorney, or
make an InfoPass appointment, and/or
call your US Senator
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No. If your case requires background checks, you have to wait. If it has been sent to investigations, it could be a long wait. If it takes 2 years or so, then I would recommend filing a lawsuit.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
If you are more than one month over the average processing time for the USCIS office where your application is being processed, I recommend scheduling an Infopass appointment or filing an electronic inquiry with USCIS. If you choose to schedule an Infopass appointment, be sure to bring the receipt notices or interview notice for your application along with photo identification.