Rapisarda v Colladon – Another Immigration Scandal Waiting In The Wings?

Researching Reform

In May of this year we wrote about a case whose details have yet to be made public, but which the President of the Family Division, Sir James Munby described as “a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice on an almost industrial scale”.

That case is Rapisarda v Colladon, and whilst we wait for The President and media outlets to furnish us with more information, we came across a very interesting news item which may hint at the contents of this case. You may recall that Rapisarda involves a high number of divorce decrees, which are due to be set aside.

In America at the moment, a very similar case appears to be making waves, involving the use of divorce decrees to get around an immigration issue. It seems that the Sixth Circuit has just ruled that the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) was right to reject a legalization (adjustment of status) plea…

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