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VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue

2012 - 2010

AILA’s VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue brings you practical advice, the latest news, and opinion pieces designed to get people talking. VOICE is published monthly online. If you’d like to submit an article for consideration, please e-mail voice@aila.org for more information.

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  • VOICE: November 2014 (11/13/2014)
    In the November 2014 VOICE, learn about the ethics of competent client representation, the tremendous value of an AILALink subscription, one lawyer’s contentment after switching to appellate practice, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14111344.
  • Let Your VOICE Be Heard! Write for AILA’s Online Magazine, VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue(638 KB - 10/28/2014)
    Writing for VOICE is a fantastic way to share your expertise with your peers and raise your visibility. Contact voice@aila.org to propose articles between 500 and 700 words on family– and employment-based immigration, as well as on humanitarian relief and practice management.
    AILA Doc. No. 10081762.
  • VOICE: October 2014 (10/1/2014)
    In the October 2014 VOICE, learn about the effect of Matter of Chairez on foreigners facing removal for a crime, issues concerning alcohol abuse and waivers of inadmissibility, one attorney’s path to starting her practice out of law school, the benefits of AILA’s Mentor Program, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14100148.
  • VOICE: September 2014 (8/27/2014)
    In the September 2014 VOICE, learn about the Central American humanitarian crisis and the efforts to preserve the due process rights of the migrants fleeing to the United States, the potential benefits of district court litigation over an administrative appeal, AILA’s Liaison Department, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14082744.
  • VOICE: July/August 2014 (7/30/2014)
    In the July/August 2014 VOICE, learn about opening a law office abroad, representing witnesses who cooperate with U.S. government officials, using your Agora digital library, visiting Hong Kong for business, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14073041.
  • VOICE: June 2014 (5/28/2014)
    In the June 2014 VOICE, learn about the interplay between race and politics in the history of U.S. immigration, the value of a hiring a law practice advisor when first starting your practice, great tips to enhance your first Annual Conference experience next month, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14052842.
  • VOICE: May 2014 (4/30/2014)
    In the May 2014 VOICE, learn about the appeal of an SB-1 visa, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s gross misconduct at the northern and southern borders of the United States, the basics of sending employees to work in Australia, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14043041.
  • VOICE: April 2014 (3/26/2014)
    In the April 2014 VOICE, learn about strategies for preparing strong H-1B petitions for start-ups, some tax obligations of non-U.S. citizens, the stiff sanctions recently levied on certain businesses for immigration-related noncompliance, the pros and cons of filing pre-suit letters, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14032609.
  • VOICE: March 2014 (2/26/2014)
    In the first revamped issue of VOICE this year, read about Miami-Dade County’s refusal to honor ICE detainers without reimbursement, learn strategies for seeking asylum for deaf immigrants, see India through the eyes of two attorneys who participated in last November’s AILA-sponsored trip, and more!
    AILA Doc. No. 14022640.
  • VOICE Is Looking for Compelling Stories About You, Your Loved One, or Your Client (2/11/2014)
    Ever had a client or loved one whose compelling circumstances left an indelible impression on you? Or did you take an unconventional path to becoming an immigration attorney? Share your immigration story by contacting VOICE today to have your story included in an upcoming issue!
    AILA Doc. No. 13090645.
  • VOICE: November/December 2013 (11/20/2013)
    Find articles about H-1B “benching”, Macy’s OSC settlement, apps for immigration lawyers, the Affordable Care Act, starting an immigration practice, President Stump and his family, and more! Complete the crossword puzzle and get 20% off Immigration Law & the Family! Offer expires 12/31/2013.
    AILA Doc. No. 13112051.
  • VOICE: September/October 2013 (10/9/2013)
    This issue of VOICE offers tips on pursuing a National Interest Waiver as an alternative to PERM, filing an adjustment for a TPS recipient, and more! Also, complete our crossword puzzle correctly and get 15% off of Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity! Offer expires 12/31/13.
    AILA Doc. No. 13100904.
  • VOICE: July/August 2013 (8/21/2013)
    This issue of VOICE offers insight on applying for TPS on behalf of Syrians, advising academic officials in light of USCIS’s strict F-1 enforcement, preparing PERM appeals, and more! Also, complete our crossword puzzle correctly and get $150 off a new AILALink subscription!
    AILA Doc. No. 13082145.
  • VOICE: May/June 2013 (5/29/2013)
    The latest issue of VOICE offers insight on applying for asylum on behalf of atheists, hiring competent employees, preparing adjudicator-friendly applications, and more! Also, complete our crossword puzzle correctly and save 20% on the Immigration Forms Toolbox!
    AILA Doc. No. 13052949.
  • VOICE: March/April 2013 (3/27/2013)
    The latest issue of VOICE brings you insight into the gay marriage and DOMA cases facing the Supreme Court, how to take your law firm mobile, advice on wage leveling violations, and much more!
    AILA Doc. No. 13032747.
  • Voice: January/February 2013 (2/27/2013)
    Learn all the ways AILA can help you as a member, from case assistance to your personal and business needs!
    AILA Doc. No. 13022747.
 
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