Basically no. If the 204(c) finding was erroneous you could file a new I-130 and when that is denied file a complaint in federal district court.
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Findings of fraud pursuant to INA 204(c) can be overcome pursuant to Matter of Tawfik. I have substantial experience in these cases and will convey to you they are fact intensive and require a great deal of diligence in preparing the case. With the right facts and usually a poorly written decision (by CIS), it can be done.