No, he's not obligated to report it. He can divorce her, but he will still be obligated under the Affidavit of Support until certain events happen. I suggest that he read this article on the subject:
There is no such "obligation" for a spurned USC to "report" any such thing. Even if a disgruntled USC sends a letter to USCIS stating the couple no longer lives together, it will pretty much be ignored.
Your son's estranged wife can still (and probably will) remove the "condition" on her temporary green card by filing fr and obtaining a divorce and then filing Form I-751 by invoking one of the many exceptions to the joint filing requirement.
Your son should divorce and move on and be more careful next time. Sorry, but that's the reality.
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He is not obligated to report his wife to USCIS. Nor should you. Your son might want to consult with an immigration attorney to better understand his options and the immigration consequences of divorce, not only for his wife but also for himself.
He has no such obligation. If he wants to file for divorce or wait, that is between him and his wife.
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