When you apply for a marriage green card, you must ensure that you have submitted the correct forms, the required evidence, and the correct filing fee. However, if you make a mistake in your application, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will almost always give you at least one opportunity to correct the error.
If you submit an older version of a form, USCIS will reject your application. If USCIS has rejected your application, you will need to complete the correct form and resubmit the signed form, the filing fee, and any required evidence.
You should determine the problem in your application, prepare a response as soon as possible, and submit it before the deadline. If your response resolves USCIS’s concerns, your application might still be approved.