Yes and that means nothing. It is the procedure.
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I have not noticed any connection between whether they take the I-94 and approve or deny the petition. I think it may just depend on the adjudicator. Good luck!
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No, the I-94 has nothing to do with it. It's more important how the interview went and what was in your file.
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You making a cardinal mistake: instead of "asking a few friends" you should always rely on a professional competent licensed immigration attorney who will ensure that your adjustment completes correctly. You need to do it only once, but properly.
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Yes, they often take it and it does not mean you are approved or denied.
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