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What does that status mean?

Are you wondering what the different status message means while you are waiting for the filing to get accepted? Below is a list of status messages and their definition in the eFileIL system. These status messages are set by the eFileIL system and not controlled by the electronic filing service providers (EFSP). If you have any questions, please call us at (844) 340-3096 or email [email protected].

StatusDefinition
DraftThe filer has entered full or partial filing data, but has not yet submitted the filing.
SubmittingThe filer has submitted the filing, but the document file format and payment information have not been verified on the back end.
SubmittedThe document file format and payment information have been verified and accepted, but the filing has not yet entered the Review Queue/Workflow Process.
Court ProcessingSome additional action needs to be taken by the court.
Under ReviewA clerk reviewer has selected a filing from a queue.
Note: Once a filing reaches the Under Review status, it cannot return to the Submitted status. Selecting the End Review retains the Under Review status and returns the filing to the queue.
ReceiptedThe filing has been acknowledged by the court as received, but it is not being transmitted to the case management system to become part of the court record. The filing may or may not be part of the proposed order work flow.
AcceptedThe reviewer has reviewed the filing and accepted it.
RejectedThe reviewer has reviewed the filing and rejected it.
ReturnedThe reviewer has reviewed and returned the filing as additional action must be taken by the filer.
Note: The filer can cancel or copy a filing in the Returned status.
ServedService Only filings are completed.
Service Incomplete (Service Only filings)One or more servings failed; the service was incomplete.
Example: The email or domain was rejected.
CanceledThe filer has canceled the filing. The filer can only cancel draft and submitted filings.
Submission FailedA file format or billing error has occurred when the filer submitted the filing. Failure specifics are available on the Details page, and the filer is notified of specifics through email.

Questions? Call us at (844) 340-3096 or email us a [email protected].

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  • Lindsey Dean leads strategic marketing and growth at InfoTrack, where she is focused on exploring and sharing concepts and ideas in accessible and nuanced ways. She has been a writer and researcher in the legal profession for more than 6 years and has authored reports and articles on eFiling, service of process, trends in the legal support field, and more.