Congratulations, sounds like it was approved.
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It would appear your EAD has been approved and is being issued. This would coincide with an approval of the U Visa. If you are approved for your U, then you'll receive an approval notice. At the bottom of the approval notice will be your I-94 that you'll need to keep with you at all times to prove lawful status.
For this to make any sense it must mean that your EAD is approved. For your EAD to be approved you U visa must have been approved first.
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