States Parties facilitate, as far as possible, the assimilation and naturalization of refugees. In particular, they strive to speed up the naturalization process and to reduce the costs and costs of such a procedure as much as possible. UNHCR is the “guardian” of the 1951 Convention and its 1967 Protocol. In accordance with the law, states are supposed to cooperate with us to ensure that the rights of refugees are respected and protected. b) he has a spouse with the nationality of the country of residence. A refugee cannot invoke this provision if he has abandoned his spouse; Article 1 of the Convention defines a refugee as: For refugees who are regularly crew members on board a State-flagged vessel, that State takes into account their establishment on its territory and the issuance of travel documents for them or their temporary entry into its territory, in particular with a view to facilitating their installation in another country. In accordance with the general principle of international law, existing treaties are binding on the parties and must be carried out in good faith. Countries that have ratified the Convention are required to protect refugees who are on their territory in accordance with their conditions.  There are a number of provisions that States parties to the Convention must comply with. States Parties provide identity documents to any refugee in their territory who does not have a valid travel document. Each refugee has a duty to the country in which he or she is located, which requires, among other things, compliance with its laws and regulations as well as public order measures.
2. In the contracting state in which he or she has his usual residence, a refugee receives the same treatment as a national for issues relating to access to justice, including legal assistance and the dispensation of cautio judicatum solvi . States Parties treat refugees on their territory at least as favourably as their nationals with respect to the freedom of religion and religion of their children.