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File form i 751 to remove condition on green card but after a long pending periode i received a stamp today saying pending i-90

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Hi. Happy new for you all. I filed to remove condition on my green card in 2015. My application because of insufficient evidence has been pending for almost 2 years.  After pending for one year, I went for an extension and the stamp the office place in my passport clearly said " I -751 PENDING AT SERVICE CENTER" today i went for my second extention and the stamp placed in my passport say something different. The stamp i received today say." PENDING I-90. i want to know if this two stamps mean the same thing or the second stamp can be a sign of an approuval? Please share your experience with me. Thank you and Happy New year again.

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