You are not dealing with the Consulate. You should be dealing with the National Visa Center.
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You need to consult with an immigration attorney. If USCIS has sent the I-130 approval to the NVC, then you and/or your husband will receive notice from NVC regarding the next steps. Your husband will need a waiver, and it will be important to work with an attorney to try to submit the strongest waiver application possible, to have a chance of success.
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Given that your husband will need an extreme hardship waiver to be approved border he is allowed back in the US, you need to hire a competent immigration lawyer in your area to prepare and handle the case for you. This is not something to be done on your own.
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I agree with my colleagues. You need to have an immigration attorney assist you in this difficult case.
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