Yes, generally this a good sign but you should wait for your decision.
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Yes, they will normally take it during the interview.
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Yes, and she did.
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No need to worry, this is normal.
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As others have said, CIS will take the original I-94 at the interview. Why? DHS wants originals of this government document returned to them because presumably you don't need it any more (hope you have a copy) and by taking an original I-94 out of circulation it helps minimize fraudulent use if it falls into the wrong hands. That is also why they take your plastic alien resident card from an applicant for naturalization