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Those cases are two completely separate cases so it will not affect your deferred action application ( DACA) just because you divorce your wife. If you divorce your wife, your DACA case will continue processing. You should definitely follow up on the case by calling the 1-800(###) ###-####and find out what the delay is.
As for the I-485, that is an extremely long time for it to be pending. I'm assuming there were some issues with the marriage You can also do the same for your I-485 case, but that you should do at your local service center by making an in person infopass appointment on USCIS.gov. However, You will likely not receive your green card unless they approve your I-485 very soon.
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