hi there, would u pls kindly let me know what is the "Vienna Convention" right for a person who is going to deport? or Who is going be jailed? Can he have a lawyer? Thanks and best regards.
Unless my learned colleagues have something to add, I believe it gives you the right to contact your consulate and communicate with your country while you are being subject to the justice system in a foreign country
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Ms. Marcouiller is absolutely correct. This link will give you more information. http://www3.law.columbia.edu/hrlr/jlm/ica-section-ii.pdf
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Barbara Marcouiller provided an excellent gudance: the Vienna Convention provides certain rights to people placed in removal proceedings under these circumstances for seeking further legal and logistical assistance from home country dimpomatic personnel.
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