I went for a marriag green card interview . The IO ask me and my wife few questions about each other which was easy and did not separate us.. Everything went well. She asked about my birth certificate because i have attestation of birth certificate due to my birth at home. then she took my i94 and and ask for evidences of marriage which i gave. She said she will see if she can get my approve today if everything goes well on her computer and took my passport and put a a note saying that i should not forget to remove conditions after 1 year and 9 month and said after three years then i can qualify for citizenship. Then i asked her if i was approved she said i will receive a decision in the mail if am approved or if they need further documentation from me. Please HELP!! WHAT DOES THIS MEAN?
It means exactly that, that you will either receive a decision or a request for further documentation by mail.
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Exactly what you heard. Be patient. They give themselves 90 days in which to reach a decision.
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I am assuming this is in Detroit and you had one particular officer who, for whatever reason, NEVER tells people she is approving the application. Instead she tells them that if she needs more information, she will send something out in the mail; otherwise, they should expect a decision in the mail. Often she says that she needs to complete her "security check."
Don't worry. She does this to everyone. If you receive a denial or a request for evidence, then contact an attorney.