The UK Supreme Court Blocks Rwanda Deportation Policy as Violating Refugee Protections

In a widely anticipated ruling, the UK Supreme Court has blocked the government’s controversial policy to deport some asylum seekers to Rwanda. The ruling centered around the principle of “non-refoulement,” a cornerstone of international law aimed at preventing the deportation of individuals to countries where they face the risk of persecution or irreparable harm.[1] The decision not only scrutinized the specific case but also delved into the logistical challenges posed by the Rwandan asylum system. The Court found that the policy carried substantial risks of improper asylum procedures and indirect refoulement in Rwanda, violating the fundamental principle of non-refoulement under international and domestic law. The policy, agreed between the UK […]

Texas Uncontested Divorce Requirements and Procedures

When can be filed Uncontested Divorce in Texas? An uncontested divorce can take place when spouses agree to work together and compromise on issues related to their divorce. To file uncontested divorce in Texas, it must meet three basic requirements: state residency, agreement on the reason for the divorce, and agreement on the issues between parties, spouses. Let’s discuss each aspects of residency requirements, grounds for divorce, and where and how to file this type of divorce. Residency Requirements Grounds for Divorce The state of Texas allows divorce based on both “fault” and “no-fault” grounds. In fault-based divorce claimed that the end of the marriage caused by a certain type of misconduct, […]


Introduction If you are an immigrant visa applicant who is waiting for an interview appointment at a U.S. consular office abroad, you might be wondering how long it will take for your case to be scheduled for interview. The answer depends on several factors, such as the availability of visa numbers, the capacity of the consular office, the demand for visa services, and the impact of external events like the COVID-19 pandemic. One way to get an idea of the current situation is to look at the National Visa Center (NVC) Immigrant Visa Backlog Report, which is published monthly by the U.S. Department of State. The NVC is the agency that […]