I know that the case goes to a judge, but if the immigrant can not prove that the marriage was entered in good faith whatsoever (for which immigration denied the waiver in the first place), what is the role of the judge in that case and what is he going to look into when reviewing the case brought by immigration. If the immigrant can not prove good faith marriage to immigration, then the same goes for the immigration judge, so in that case what the judge is going to look at and to determine if the immigrant should be deported or not.
The burden of proof is on you. If you can not prove that your marriage was entered into in good faith, the Judge will probably order you deported.
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