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AILA Announcements

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  • Hawaii Midyear Conference Open for Registration (7/29/2014)
    2015 AILA Midyear/Winter CLE Conference, Riding The Waves Of Immigration: Tackling Complex Business Issues When There Is No Guidance, is geared towards the advanced-level business immigration practitioner with a program designed to provide insight into the most challenging issues. Register soon.
  • The Categorical Approach After Moncrieffe and Descamps (7/22/2014)
    VOICE is on a brief hiatus until next week. Meanwhile, enjoy one of VOICE’s popular stories from the March issue, where AILA member Mary Kramer analyzes Moncrieffe and Descamps to shed light on the categorical approach to classifying crimes.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: America’s Leaders Are Failing the Children (7/21/2014)
    In this blog post, AILA Media-Advocacy Committee Member Dree Collopy describes legislation that is “anything but humane” in addressing a crisis that is one of our country’s “greatest moral challenges in years: how will we treat the migrant children fleeing violence in Central America?”
  • EB-5 Conference Early-Bird Pricing Ends This Thursday (7/21/2014)
    Don’t miss AILA’s August 22-23 EB-5 CLE conference in Chicago, featuring over a dozen panels offering “how to” and advanced information, networking opportunities, and access to exhibitors critical to success in the EB-5 practice area. Register by Thursday, July 24 for the lowest rate.
  • Frustrating Government Conduct Involving An I-130 Case (7/16/2014)
    VOICE is on a brief hiatus until the end of July. Meanwhile, enjoy one of VOICE’s popular stories from the May issue, where the late AILA member Michael Friedberg discusses his frustration with one of his ultimately successful cases involving allegations of marriage fraud.
  • Free This Month on Agora (7/15/2014)
    AILA free items for July are now available. Read the newest Inside Immigration entry on the civil aspects of international child abduction and the interaction with asylum law. Also free is a seminar recording on administrative closure and indefinite retention. Check them out today!
  • Master the Art of Removal Defense – September 19 (7/10/2014)
    AILA’s Fall CLE Conference in Seattle will delve into removal defense issues, providing an advanced understanding of this complex process. The conference is organized around a detailed fact pattern and sample litigation documents to help you prepare for scenarios you might encounter. Register today!
  • AILA Leadership Blog: A Victory for the Arizona DACAmented (7/8/2014)
    Maurice Goldman, AILA Media Advocacy Committee Chair, highlights the recent Ninth Circuit win for individuals who had been granted Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) who have been fighting Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s executive order prohibiting them from getting drivers’ licenses.
  • Impress Your Boss and Clients! (7/8/2014)
    VOICE is on a brief hiatus until the end of July. Meanwhile, enjoy one of VOICE’s popular stories from the April issue, where AILA member Cletus Weber offers tips to entry-level immigration attorneys and support staff on minimizing embarrassing mistakes and succeeding at work.
  • New Monographs Available on Agora! (7/7/2014)
    AILA released two new monographs covering Conrad State 30 Program waivers of the two-year home residency for international medical graduates and the special immigrant visa programs that are available to Iraqis and Afghans who helped U.S. forces in-country. Free for members, so download today.
  • The Annual Conference at Your desk – $899 (7/7/2014)
    If you missed this year’s Annual Conference, you can get any or all the expert education and information you missed. Recordings for the entire conference are available to members for $899; or choose by session or track. Whatever your choice—purchase your recordings on Agora today.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Fireworks: A Beacon in the Sky for the World (7/3/2014)
    In this blog post, AILA Media Advocacy Committee Member Dree Collopy shares her thoughts on Independence Day and her hope that “our country continues to light the sky, to offer hope in the midst of darkness, to offer safe haven to children and refugees seeking freedom from violence and fear.”
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Let’s Dance (7/2/2014)
    In this post, AILA President Leslie Holman looks forward to the coming year, writing “I am looking forward to this year. To liaising with the government and you. To working together to make positive changes in immigration, to make things better for our clients, to making AILA the best it can be.”
  • Save Your Client’s Green Card (7/1/2014)
    VOICE is on a brief hiatus until the end of July. Meanwhile, enjoy one of VOICE’s popular stories from the May issue, where Nadeen Aljijakli explained the SB-1 visa’s appeal when lawful permanent residents stay abroad for more than a year because of an emergency.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Turning Our Backs on Our Own History (6/30/2014)
    Victor Nieblas Pradis, AILA President-Elect, highlights our history of offering a safe haven to unaccompanied children in contrast to the Administration’s plans, writing “The care of these children and respect for their due process rights should be paramount.”
  • August 22-23 EB-5 Conference Open for Registration (6/4/2014)
    For attorneys looking into the dynamic EB-5 practice area, as well as those representing individual investors and regional centers, the comprehensive 2014 EB-5 Investors & Regional Centers CLE Conference covers both practical “how to” information and cutting-edge issues. Register soon.
 
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