I understand that it has to do with with evidence and all, but still if the attorneys here could answer this question based on their own experiences with both, it would be very helpful.
USCIS has no authority to deport anyone. Immigration Judge do.
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USCIS has no authority to issue a deportation/removal order. USCIS can only place you in removal/deportation proceedings. ICE can only issue a deportation/removal order if you consent to such an order. Otherwise, ICE will seek your removal/deportation proceedings and argue why it believes you should be removed. The Immigration Jusge can order your removal/deportation. As to how likely it is you are to be ordered removed/deported, depends upon too many factors to assess in a public forum. You should consult an experienced immigration attorney for more case specific information.
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