Seems like this is what's going to happen to him soon. If the USCIS shows some prove to the judge of immigration fraud for a green card while my ex-husband has no evidence to present to the immigration judge, how likely it is that the judge will side with the USCIS and request him to be deported? This is basically the scenario now with him, and I would like to understand the system better and what the judge would be looking at in terms of my ex-husband when he is accused of fraud by the USCIS's attorney. I heard that it is very serious when the USCIS accuses an immigrant of fraud, so how are the judges handling this and what usually goes on in the court when assessing the fraud? I would appreciate some info about this. Thanks. P.S. His interview will be taking place with the fraud officer.I meant to say above that my ex will be accused of fraud, but he will not have any joint documents of shared resources with me, no tax returns, nothing that he would show to the judge to refute the USCIS's accusation. I provided the USCIS with enough of his fraud and I am in contact with them directly (with the fraud unit, that is). So my confusion lies in what would take place in court instead and whether the judges would be inclined more to believe the USCIS with the proof or the ex husband who can not show joint assets with me. Are there immigration judges who are biased in some ways?