Catch the Recordings of Recent Conferences and Seminars

AILA offers recordings of recent web and audio seminars that are available whenever you are! Check out the recordings today and stay current on the trends, topics, and issues that affect your clients and practice. CLE credit is also available for many of these recordings.

Recently added recordings include:

  • I-751 Petitions: How to Handle Delays and Changes in Circumstances
    I-751 removal of conditions cases often appear straightforward at first. However, with the increase in processing times and questions from clients regarding divorces, separations, and rocky marriages, these cases frequently become complicated. Our panel of seasoned experts will discuss strategies and responses to changes in client circumstances, and they will advise on filing naturalization applications to expedite the process.
  • National Interest Waivers Post-Dhanasar
    Two years after Matter of Dhanasar, how have the adjudications of National Interest Waiver (NIW) applications changed? Is the standard higher, lower, or simply different? Is USCIS applying the new framework fairly? Our panel of experts will discuss how this Administrative Appeals Office decision changed the playing field for NIWs, and how to give your client the best chance for a positive adjudication.
  • Developments in Waivers: The I-601A, Removal Proceedings, and Beyond
    Special Recording Price for Members: $59
    The practice of preparing and submitting applications for waivers of inadmissibility has never been dull. Recent developments in USCIS practice and case law involving the Attorney General, however, have challenged practitioners in new, often unprecedented ways. As a result, practitioners now must be prepared to deal with revocations of I-601A waivers, client arrests at USCIS interviews, and limits on the authority of judges to administratively close or terminate removal procedures to allow for provisional waiver adjudications. Our panel of experts will discuss the latest trends in waiver adjudications and advise on best practices to prepare for, and respond to, these changes.
  • Preparing for H-1B Season FY 2020: Filing Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid
    USCIS has released data indicating that, thus far in fiscal year (FY) 2019, both the increase in lengthy Requests for Evidence (RFEs) and the decline in H-1B approvals continue. In light of the FY 2020 H-1B cap-subject quota season opening on April 1, 2019, our expert panelists will discuss lessons learned in FY 2019 to date, review recent H-1B adjudication trends, recap USCIS memoranda affecting H-1Bs, and identify pre- and post-filing tips to help successfully navigate the increasingly complex H-1B process.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 15051199.