You need to ask your employer's immigration attorney - nobody in this forum has access to your file to opine if you should be worried.
An RFE on an H-1B is almost always cause for worry. Hopefully your employer's immigration lawyer is an experienced one and knows exactly how to respond and get the case approved. None of us here can venture even a guess as to the ultimate outcome.
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Hi, H1B RFE is common and makes you worried. As the other attorneys explained, your employer's attorney is your best friend.
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