USCIS Actively Adjudicating My Case?

Well immigration office sent me and email because i did a e-request. if they are actively adjudicating my case does that mean my case background checks are complete and they are making a decision?

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Carl Michael Shusterman

Carl Michael Shusterman

Immigration Attorney - Los Angeles, CA

Difficult to predict.

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Alexander Joseph Segal

Alexander Joseph Segal

Immigration Attorney - New York, NY

No, all it means that they actively adjudicating your case. that of course includes all things that you mentioned in your post, but not the order in which you implied it happened.

Ji Min Kim

Ji Min Kim

Immigration Attorney - Tacoma, WA

It means they are adjudicating your case. It does not mean they are ready to make a decision. They may or not.

Alfredo Lozano

Alfredo Lozano

Immigration Attorney - San Antonio, TX

Most likely biometrics are complete, now wait and see for decision.

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