Probably within 3-5 months.
You can go here to get a 'hint' of how the case is progressing:
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You should have interview scheduled within about 4-5 months. If you are concerned that the application may have fallen outside the normal processing times and will experience abnormal delays, you can contact an experienced immigration attorney who can help you confirm the application status.
I agree with Mr. Capriotti.
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