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Relax, not to worry.
This is standard procedure now with USCIS. Headquarters has taken all power away from the examiners to make determinations at the interview.
They must make their recommendation to their unit supervisor who has to sign off on the approval. Why? Because there were some shady USCIS examiners who were on the take and were being paid to approve cases.
So to prevent fraud the USCIS now has a process of examiners only being able to make the recommendation and the supervisors having to sign off on it before you are told whether you are approved or not.
They tell you "You will be getting a letter from us in the mail with the decision". Applicants take this to be a sign something is wrong but it is merely procedure that has to be followed now to ensure there are not crooked examiners approving cases for bribes of money.
If all went well and you had all the documentation she requested then there is o need to worry.
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