You should get something in the mail soon. You're right to be concerned--that type of message more often than not means a denial. But not always. Just wait for the decision and then you'll be able to strategize about what to do next, if anything.
It could also be a request for additional evidence.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
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You should be receiving something in the mail soon.
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As an initial matter, you should keep in mind that the online case status system isn't perfect and doesn't always show case status updates that give you a complete view of what is happening with your case.
Although this message could indicate a denial, you should wait for the notice to arrive in the mail before you make any decisions. I know that it can be difficult to wait, but your notice should be arriving in the mail soon.
If the notice you receive is a denial or a request for evidence, you should schedule a consultation with an immigration lawyer as quickly as possible to explore what your best options may be. Depending on your situation, you may have a limited amount of time to take action. Your immigration lawyer will need to review all of your immigration papers, including a complete copy of the documents you submitted to the government, so you may want to start collecting those documents now.
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