I have a change in employer request for H1B in premium. I got RFE saying that uscis found some law suits filed against benificiary and asking to provide certified copies of court and if arrests were made or not made certified copies of law enforcement agencies stating same. I have filed actually divorce and my spouse filed a protection order against me and judge issued the protection order but no arrests were made and no police enquiry too . My question is for a civil case of divorce with no arrests made how can uscis get this info and ask all the records . Divorce is still pending . It’s in court . What evidence shall I submit to get my case approved .
Technically "you" didn't get an RFE ... the employer that filed the papers got the RFE.
Talk to their lawyer.
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Generally, the USCIS sees lawsuit. The protection order may suggest a ground of inadmissibility requiring a waiver.
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Your spouse could have written to the Department.
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