Nothing more than what you read there. Just patiently wait, since this is a PP case, within 14 days of the receipt of the RFE by USCIS it will issue either an approval decision, another RFE (more common than what you think) or a denial (rare). Keep in close touch with your employer and especially its immigration lawyer, since it will be them who will be receiving the decision to arrive in the next few days.
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What did the lawyer who filed the papers say when you asked him/her?
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I agree with my colleague. It is just a simple processing step. There is nothing unusual or worrisome about it. At this point, it appears that there is nothing for you to do.
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