Expedite requests are extremely rare, and it will not be expedited because you have travel booked. You will likely wait around 3 months for a decision. What is your underlying visa status?
What happens after that is that you will have to wait for USCIS to make a decision on your "expedite" request for the I-131, which I can guarantee you will either be not even responded to or flat out denied for not meeting USCIS' very specific expedite criteria, found at www.uscis.gov
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