No. It will only cost you additional money. You have several other methods at your disposal. Seek a second opinion if you are not happy with the advice you get.
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Ask your attorney. He/she knows all the facts about your case. We do not.
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Your attorney might be referring to a writ of mandamus, which would be filed in a federal district court, not immigration court. If you file for citizenship, your application will be held until the I-751 petition is decided. You should follow up with your attorney about trying to get a decision from USCIS about the I-751, or perhaps seek a second opinion from another attorney near you.
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Filing for naturalization is not likely to expedite a decision on your application to remove the conditions. However, filing for naturalization will result in your being naturalized shortly after decision is made on the application to remove conditions.
There is little that may be done to expedite security checks. Even should you file a writ of mandamus, judges are reluctant to order an administrative agency to make a decision when they are not in receipt of the results of the background checks. You should periodically make a status inquiry at CIS.
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Apparently there are questions as to the validity of your marriage. No action would be taken on a naturalization petition until your I-751 issues are resolved. Do consult with your attorney on this or in the alternative consult with another Immigration Attorney.
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