A party can convey only the property rights that they legally have. Someone who stole your identity can't convey any interest in your home. The deed would be void. However, you can keep on top of this by contacting the recorder of deeds (usually located within or adjacent to the local courthouse) and let them know that you are concerned that someone may file a fraudulent deed and to be on the look out for it.
You can also regularly check the records to see if anything has been filed.
You can also file a ID theft complaint online with the Federal Trade Commission
. Here is a link to their ID theft portal:
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