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About hope&compassion

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    New York

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    New York City NY
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  1. Hello everybody, I really need your help. Brian and I got married this June and decided to concurrently for my adjustment of status. I have been an F-1 Student for three years and my status is valid, I am attending school this semester and I am meeting all the requirements. We mailed the package with the forms and all of the required documents that are required on 9-28-16. It was received on the 9-30-16. We didn't receive any confirmation via email or text and the checks didn't get cashed. Instead we received a Form I-797C Notice of Action - Rejection Notice that states: The application/petition was filled on an outdated version of this form. Please resubmit your application/petition on the current version of this form with the appropriate fees to the address listed on the bottom of this page. All of our documents are stapled together in random order and the binders and envelope we used to mail the petition are not returned. Also, all of the documents have numbers printed on the bottom page. In addition, the other forms (I-485, I-765, G-1145) are signed and have a long line on them. Lastly the checks have a stamped U.S. Department of Homeland Security Citizenship and Immigration Services. Needless to say this is very upsetting. We downloaded the form on the USCIS website, and after checking it again today the form on the right top corner states that it expires on 12-31-2015. I have two questions, the first is time sensitive, can we mail all of the documents back as they are or do we have to print them again? And is form I-130 up-to-date even if it states it expires 12-31-2015?