Register for AILA’s National Day of Action (NDA) on April 11, 2019, to meet with members of Congress and share how the administration’s immigration policy changes are harming American families, businesses, and communities.
Our popular CSPA resource is now available in eBook, PDF, and print formats. The new edition brings the latest on retention of priority dates for aged-out derivatives, clarification on visa retrogression and the CSPA, and more. A great complement to Immigration Law and the Family. Order now!
AILA’s Asylum Combo includes two top resources on U.S. asylum law and practice: our all-in-one reference guide, AILA's Asylum Primer, and the webcast recording of the 2019 Asylum Conference, during which our experts discussed the latest developments and strategies on this issue. Order now!
AILA's Immigration Law and the Family provides detailed guidance on eligibility for visas, adjustment of status, consular processing, waivers, completing the affidavit of support, and more. It also offers sample materials and strategies for problem solving. Order today!
Get first-hand advice from seasoned practitioners for dealing with the unpredictable nature of immigration court. AILA University's Jan. 29 video roundtable, Expecting the Unexpected: Handling Surprises in Immigration Court, will provide valuable insights and creative strategies. Register for free!
Take a deep dive into the complexities of EB-5 practice with AILA's Immigration Options for Investors and Entrepreneurs, which includes I-526 guidance, a case-analysis checklist, a model legal services fee agreement, country-specific considerations, and much more. Get your copy today!
Can’t make it to Curaçao? Do not worry! You can still order the conference recording and get all the tips and strategies discussed at the 2020 AILA Midwinter CLE Conference (Jan. 24). Learn new and innovative ways to increase the success of your practice in these tumultuous times. Do not miss out!
Business Immigration: Law and Practice, tackles all the complex processes involved in employment-based immigration. Get clear guidance on everything from H‑1B, L‑1, E‑1/E‑2, and labor certification, to E‑3, J‑1, and H‑3 visas, as well as physician NIWs, STEM OPT, and much more. Order today!
The Second Circuit recently decided to maintain a nationwide injunction blocking DHS's public charge rule. During our Jan. 30 web seminar, 2020 Comprehensive Public Charge Update and Strategies, expert panelists will provide much-needed updates, tips, and strategies on this hot issue. Register now!
The Feb. 4 web seminar, Practical Tips for Worksite Compliance: I-9s and Related Issues, will address strategies to deal with the increasing number of I-9 investigations/inspections, Social Security ‘No Match’ letters, and other types of notices. Register now and learn how to reduce employer risk!
The Michael Maggio Immigrants’ Rights Summer Fellowship is accepting applications for summer 2020 from law students wishing to promote justice and equality for vulnerable immigrant groups. With a deadline of February 1st, learn more about this fellowship and apply today!
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Kitsap Sun reports on local ICE activity and concerns about the expansion of expedited removal. Regarding the latter, AILA Washington Chapter Advocacy Chair Steven Miller said, "It's a huge issue, and the (U.S.) Supreme Court has never really defined where the limits are."
Voice of America reports on the asylum rule the Supreme Court has allowed the government to begin implementing. AILA Executive Director Ben Johnson said, "This rule denies people a meaningful chance to seek asylum, putting the lives of asylum seekers back in the hands of their persecutors."
Forbes reports on a FOIA lawsuit filed against USCIS by the AIC on AILA's behalf. AILA President Marketa Lindt said that documents released by USCIS as a result of the litigation show how the agency shifted its focus in H-1B adjudications, "creating more obstacles for U.S. businesses."
Check out AILA's upcoming web and audio seminars. For live seminar participants, a free downloadable recording of the seminar is included with registration. Topics vary widely, so find a seminar that fits your schedule, and join in from the convenience of your desk!
Members should be mindful that SSA no-match letters can potentially lead to issues related to immigration enforcement and I-9 compliance. Learn more with AILA's resources on employer compliance and enforcement.
RAICES established a Legal Defense Fund for Released and Reunified Families to provide stipends to pay for attorney’s fees on behalf of formerly separated families. RAICES is looking for AILA members nationwide who are interested in representing these clients. Learn more about the stipends.
Have news you want to share with the AILA community? It could be a professional announcement, an award you’ve won, or news of a wedding or a new addition to your family. Send a 500–700-character blurb to AILA today, then check back to see updates from your fellow members on this page.
Grow your removal defense practice in 2019 and add your name to a list of immigration attorneys to be circulated to detention facilities in your region. Sign up through AILALawyer today to expand your outreach to potential paying clients and increase access to counsel in the new year!
AILA celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Immigration & Nationality Act with 15% off the 2015 edition of the INA. Enter INA50ANN during checkout on AILA Agora. This offer excludes previous/existing orders. Cannot be combined with other offers. Expires October 13, 2015.