On June 27, 2013, your Alien Registration Number was changed relating to your I129F, PETITION FOR FIANCE(E).
The message can be disregarded, they gave you a number and you do not need it for anything at all, at least not now, nor will they tell you the number.
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You can safely disregard this useless notification which doesn't provide you any worthwhile information. Just the internal workings of the endless USCIS bureaucracy. What is that update worth, if they don't inform you of the new number (yet)?
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Exactly what it says, that the alien registration number was changed in the system. There are no coded messages in the online status reports.
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