H1B visa RFE response?
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Your spouse could have written to the Department.
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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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Technically "you" didn't get an RFE ... the employer that filed the papers got the RFE.
Talk to their lawyer.
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