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Besides offering you a collection of immigration research materials, AILALink can help you organize your research. You can add notes and bookmarks to our reference materials, and even organize your annotations into folders so you can keep all your research on a particular topic together. You can view your notes and bookmarks anywhere you have internet access.
New on AILALink this week is the 2017 AILA Midwinter Conference handbook. Included articles cover immigration considerations under the Affordable Care Act, the PERM FAQs, how to analyze crime, time-barred motions to reopen, the INA §212(h) waiver, and more.
Did you know that handbooks from the AILA California Chapters conferences are available on AILALink? The handbook from the 29th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference is new on AILALink. Articles cover both business and family-based immigration issues, as well as a variety of other topics.
New this week on AILALink is the 2016 Solo and Small Firm Conference handbook, which supplemented the conference held in December 2016 in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Topics include opening a practice, marketing, financial basics, holistic lawyering, contingency and succession planning, and more.
With an AILALink subscription, you can take Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook with you anywhere you have an internet connection. The 15th edition of Kurzban's on AILALink is fully searchable, so you can easily find the exact passage you are looking for, and contains links to referenced INA and CFR sections, cases, and more.
New on AILALink this week is the 2016 AILA Advanced Business and Removal Issues Conference handbook. On the business end, topics include interagency communications, identifying and preventing problems associated with PERM, and tips for keeping corporate clients and dealing with troublesome RFEs. Removal offerings address detention and bond issues, winning asylum cases built around particular social group arguments, crimmigration, proving extreme hardship, the stop-time rule, CAARP, and more.
The fourth edition of Representing Clients in Immigration Court was recently added to AILALink. Written by CLINIC, this excellent resource is full of tips, strategies, and practical advice to help you prepare for any immigration court proceeding.