You should receive notification that the case has been withdrawn. It just may take a few weeks.
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Yes, you should eventually receive a notice that case was withdrawn. They can be notoriously slow. You can also call the 1-800 number on the website and/or make an e-mail inquiry (instructions on the website, as well).
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Call the CIS to check status.
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A Notice of Withdrawal usually comes in the mail, however it takes several weeks, if not longer, given recent federal sequestration.
Another method of finding the case status would be calling an automated USCIS system at 800-898-7180 and using the assigned A number as an identifier.
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