Maybe. In some cases, No, in others.
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I always tell my clients not to read too much into what they believe the officer indicates during an Adjustment, I-751, Naturalization, or other immigration interview. Sometimes things may seem gloomy, but an approval arrives in the mail. Sometimes the officer says the case will be approved, but then a request for evidence or denial may arrive in the mail. I would say give it about 30-45 days after your interview, and if there is no answer by then, an inquiry can be made.
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It is not a bad sign. It happens pretty often.. and it can go either way.
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Not a bad sign. Supervisor reviews then mail out decision to you. Best of luck
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