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  • Free Podcast on the 2014 Executive Actions (11/26/2014)
    AILA and AIC offer a summary, background, and analysis of the President Obama's Immigration Accountability Executive Actions announced last week during this important 40-minute podcast. Download the free podcast today!
  • Contentment After Switching to an Appellate Practice (11/25/2014)
    Following years of frustration with USCIS and difficult clients, in the November 2014 VOICE, AILA member Rob Heroy describes his switch to an appellate practice and its benefits.
    AILA Doc. No. 14112504.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Action at Last (11/24/2014)
    AILA President Leslie Holman shares her thoughts on the President’s announced administrative relief in this blog post, noting its temporary nature and calling on Congress to “respond with measured, deliberate, careful consideration of an actual immigration reform bill.”
  • Did You Miss the AILA Seminar on Descamps and the Categorical Approach? (11/21/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA audio seminar on Descamps? AILA experts will walk you through the categorical approach and explain the positive implications of Descamps for immigration practitioners. You can purchase the downloadable recording and listen anytime, anywhere.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Who Are We Turning Away? (11/19/2014)
    AILA Media Advocacy Committee Member Tammy Lin shares her family’s history as context for the needs of asylum seekers and refugees, as well as concrete solutions that could ameliorate some of the damage our broken immigration system causes for these families.
    AILA Doc. No. 14111905.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Seminar on Nurses and Allied Healthcare Workers? (11/18/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA audio seminar on filing petitions for nurses and allied healthcare workers? Learn about the complex interplay of immigration law and the standards of the medical profession. You can purchase the downloadable recording and listen anytime, anywhere.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: National Inaction Leads to Local Legislation (11/18/2014)
    In this post, AILA New York City Chapter Chair Neena Dutta highlights two bills signed into law by NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio which will “significantly restrict the city's cooperation with inappropriately broad federal immigration enforcement practices.”
  • Did You Miss the AILA Seminar on Conditional Resident Status? (11/17/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA audio seminar on solutions and strategies for removing the conditions on permanent residence? Seminar discusses how to successfully navigating the removal of conditions, whether jointly filed or filed as a waiver. Purchase the downloadable recording and listen anytime.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Administrative Reform Wish List, Part 3 (11/14/2014)
    The special series of AILA Leadership blog posts on administrative action continues with this post by AILA Media Advocacy Committee member Matt Maiona, which highlights the lengthy delays that could be resolved by counting the principal immigrant and his or her derivatives as a single family unit.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Web Seminar on the Unknowns of PERM? (11/14/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA web seminar on the many unknowns about PERM? This seminar explores the issues that have not been addressed or resolved by DOL in the PERM process. You can purchase the downloadable recording and listen anytime that is convenient.
  • Free This Month on Agora (11/13/2014)
    AILA free items for November are now available. Read a practice advisory that helps employers identify concerns when considering whether to enroll in E-Verify. Also, download a session from a recent Annual Conference on marketing techniques to grow your practice. Check them out today!
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Administrative Reform Wish List, Part 2 (11/12/2014)
    In this second post in a series on AILA’s Leadership Blog, Ally Bolour, a member of AILA’s Media Advocacy Committee, suggests President Obama expand parole in place to include all immediate family of U.S. citizens.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Administrative Reform Wish List, Part 1 (11/10/2014)
    AILA Media Advocacy Committee Chair Maurice Goldman kicks off a series of blog posts on administrative reform by recommending the expansion of Deferred Action as well as some changes to waiver policy, including a more generous interpretation of “extreme hardship.”
  • AILA Leadership Blog: What It Boils Down To (11/6/2014)
    AILA President Leslie Holman offers some post-election commentary about plans for working with the new Congress and priorities relating to the administrative reform promised by President Obama by the end of the year.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Latinos: History Proves Your Votes Can Make a Difference (10/31/2014)
    AILA Second Vice President Annaluisa Padilla urges Latinos to cast their votes, pulling from recent California history as proof that their votes can make a difference.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Artesia: A Day in the Tour of Duty, Part 4 (10/30/2014)
    In this final blog post on the Artesia detention center, AILA President-Elect Victor Nieblas Pradis issues a call to action: “I challenge you and others to take the Tour of Duty in Artesia, offer help at Karnes, or work remotely on bond motions. Volunteer. Donate. Be part of the solution.”
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Artesia: A Day in the Tour of Duty, Part 3 (10/29/2014)
    This is the third of four blog posts written by AILA President-Elect Victor Nieblas Pradis who recently spent time volunteering in Artesia along with other AILA Southern California chapter members; the series shows the impact of the pro bono efforts and the lives that are being changed in Artesia.
 
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