what is the meaning of the status"We updated your name for form I129 petition for a non-immigrant worker"
Simply means some affirmative action has been taken in the processing of the I-129 petition filed on your behalf. Your attorney of record and the employer will soon receive written notices in that regard.
Hopefully your case will be approved soon, without necessitating an RFE first.
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Does not mean or bring much to you. Talk to the lawyer handling the petition.
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It means what it says--that your name was updated, possibly a prior clerical error. It does not mean that the I-129 was approved. Good luck.
It's one of those obscure and difficult to understand USCIS outputs which means that some type of processing in your case has taken place - usually meaning that your case is moving forward, which is good.
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