AILA invites you to New Orleans for our 2017 Annual Conference to take advantage of an information-filled CLE program with over 140 substantive sessions in fundamentals–, intermediate–, advanced–, and masters level immigration tracks.
AILA President William Stock highlights the cutting-edge issues that will be covered at this year's EB-5 Investors Summit. The Summit is for both entry-level and experienced lawyers and will be held on October 24-25, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
AILA's Associate Director of the Practice and Professionalism Center Susan Marks celebrates the 10-year anniversary of AILA's Citizenship Day, and shares why volunteering with your local chapter on 9/17/16 is so important.
President and General Counsel of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Foundation Thomas A. Saenz, whose U.S. Supreme Court argument on behalf of immigrant mothers underscored the human impact of immigration policy, presented as the keynote speaker at AILA's 2016 Annual Conference.
AILA Executive Director Ben Johnson invites members to attend AILA's 2016 Annual Conference in Las Vegas. This year includes more than 170 substantive sessions and a chance to earn up to 34 CLE credit hours. To learn more and register, visit AILA Agora.
AILA members joined together in Washington, D.C., on April 7, 2016, to educate members of Congress and their staff about the problems plaguing the immigration system and share why the country needs reform not rhetoric.
Join Bernard Wolfsdorf, AILA Past President and EB-5 Conference Program Chair, in Las Vegas on August 27-28 for the premier EB-5 summit. The Summit is for both entry-level and experienced EB-5 lawyers, as well as others in the EB-5 industry.
More than 300 AILA members from around the country came to Washington, D.C., on Thursday, April 16th for AILA's 2015 National Day of Action. AILA members visited their Representatives and Senators to discuss family detention, business immigration, and other important immigration issues.
AILA member and Ethics Committee Chair Cyrus Mehta answers ethical questions on clients who may qualify for expanded DACA and DAPA. For more information or additional questions, please email AILA’s Practice and Professionalism Center.