Yes, this means that the H-1B petition has been approved. The company should be getting the formal approval notice in the mail. Keep in mind that if you were also asking for change of status within the U.S., this does not necessarily mean that the change of status request was granted. If it was, the approval notice must contain your new Form I-94.
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It appears that your case is improving the letter should be mailed out to you from what you have said in your question. Why don't you ask your employees attorney regarding the status of your case?
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You should consult your employer's immigration attorney.
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Consult with your employers attorney who filed the petition.
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