On law: It is essential that justice be done, and it is equally vital that justice not be confused with revenge, for the two are wholly different.

Oscar Arias

United States Law

Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (Adam Walsh Act)

Rights influenced by the AWA:

  1. Constitutional Protections
  2. International Human Rights Protections

International Law and Resources

  1. European Travel Law
  2. International Human Rights
  3. Germany
  4. France
  5. Australia

European Travel Law

Starting in 2023, the European Commission will roll out a U.S. style electronic travel authorization system. It will be for visitors from countries that are currently not part of the EU. These visitors have been granted visa-free access to the EU and Schengen member countries through virtue of their good track record on security issues and, thus, have not been deemed as a threat to EU security. However, the EU is wanting to strengthen its border security as well as digitally screen and track travelers entering and leaving EU countries.

A Schengen visa is a short-stay visa that allows a person to travel to any members of the Schengen Area, for up to 90 days for tourism or business purposes.

The Schengen visa is the most common visa for Europe. It enables its holder to enter, freely travel within, and leave the Schengen zone from any of the Schengen member countries. There are no border controls within the Schengen Zone.

German Law

International Human Rights


Human rights desecrating Crimes Act 2005
Crimes Act of 2005 (Click to view)

2 thoughts on “Law

  1. Thomas Fritz says:

    On 25 January 2021, the Commission proposed additional safeguards and requirements for international travellers into the EU. New coronavirus variants and the volatile health situation worldwide call for further action to ensure that any travel to the EU takes place safely. To reflect the latest scientific advice, the Commission is also proposing updated criteria taking into account the testing rate, testing positivity and the detection of variants of concern when deciding on the application of restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU to a specific non-EU country.

    According to the Commission’s proposal, Member States should introduce additional measures to ensure that travel into the EU takes place safely. This concerns those travelling to the EU for essential reasons, EU citizens and long-term residents as well as their family members, and those travelling from countries for which the non-essential travel restriction was lifted:

    Mandatory testing before departure
    Stricter measures to address virus variants of concern
    Common European Passenger Locator Form

    When considering whether to lift restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU from a non-EU country, the Council should consider the case notification rate, the testing rate, the test positivity rate, as well as the incidence of variants of concern.

    It is now for the Council to consider this proposal and for EU Member States to agree.

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