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Usually, the entire process takes about two to three years or more.
The period of time before you can get the decision depends heavily on several factors such as the nature of your case, the availability of your witnesses, the schedule of the court, and unforeseen events like postponements due to sickness or weather.
It will also matter on the timeline when your spouse is contesting your petition; when properties and custody of children are involved; or if the Solicitor General appeals the case.
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