How Bravo might handle Joe Giudice's deportation on 'RHONJ'

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The father is now serving 41 months in prison for bank and bankruptcy fraud. Courthouse after an appearance in Newark, N.J., in 2013.

Joe's sentence began in March 2016. However, she's reportedly optimistic that married pair will be able to appeal the judge's recent decision. He's now serving a more than 3-year sentence for fraud and failing to pay taxes.

During an episode of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" that aired earlier this year, Teresa revealed that she "wouldn't mind" moving to Italy.

Giuseppe "Joe" Giudice appeared before an immigration court in York, Pennsylvania, via teleconference.

"It's premiering November 7, so the season's already shot", a network insider said on Wednesday following Joe's immigration court ruling.

"If he was going to start a new business in the USA or if he has an offer of employment, it's very likely he could come back to work or develop or direct a business on a temporary basis", Matthew Kolken, an immigration attorney and member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association's Board of Governors told Page Six. He's incarcerated at FCI Allenwood, about 165 miles northwest of Philadelphia. He is set to be released next year.

The couple, both formerly of Paterson, in 2014 plead guilty to 41 counts of fraud.

Teresa's husband was ordered to return to his native Italy at the end of his prison sentence, Page Six confirmed on Wednesday.

Yahoo Entertainment reached out to Giudice's lawyer for comment but did not immediately receive a response.

"As much as Teresa said she would live in Italy with Joe in the past, that most likely won't happen as her father is in the States, and so is her family and friends", they said. I have to go back and tell my kids this. "I will embrace it the best I can".

On a positive note, the couple's 2009 bankruptcy case was dismissed in June, and they intend on staying together with their four daughters, Gia, 17, Gabriella, 14, Milania, 12, and Audriana, 9.

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