The Supreme Court recently ruled on Kerry v Din, 576 US ____ (2015). It was a much anticipated case as it was perceived as the case where the Doctrine of Consular Nonreviewability would be either upheld or struck down. In the end neither of those outcomes materialized. The Court had a three-way split in its opinions, with no one opinion signed by a majority of the Justices. This means the case created no new precedent case law.
Ms. Din is a US citizen petitioning for her Afghani husband who used to work as a low-level payroll clerk for the Afghani government while it was under the control of the Taliban. His immigrant visa was denied by the US consulate in Islamabad, Pakistan.