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.
AILA remembers Richard Rulon. Remembrance by Ronald Klasko: “We know that most of you did not know Rich. However, all of us who had the privilege of knowing him remember him as a wonderful lawyer, a good friend and a person with a terrific sense of humor who enjoyed life to its fullest.”
AILA remembers Michael Alan Bander, a 45-year resident of Miami, U.S. Army veteran, and one of the deans of the immigration bar, who died suddenly at his summer home in Spruce Head, Maine on Sunday, September 16, 2018, at the age of 79.
AILA mourns the passing of William Z. Reich of Buffalo, NY, on August 25, 2018. Bill was a founding member of the Upstate New York Chapter of AILA. Rememberance by Gerry Seipp – Bill’s friend and colleague since 1972 and law partner in Buffalo from 1989-2003.
AILA remembers John (“Jack”) E. English. Jack was a wonderful, decent, caring person and a great friend to many. He was also a founding member of the Michigan AILA Chapter. Remembrance by Michael P. Nowlan
AILA mourns the loss of Bob Heiserman. We should celebrate Bob's life and feel lucky that we could share it with him. Bob, we love you, we will miss you, and treasure our memories. Remembrance by Sam Myers.
AILA mourns the loss of Matthew Baxter, past AILA Philadelphia Chapter Chair and tireless immigration advocate, volunteer, and mentor. Remembrance courtesy of William Stock, Joe Hohenstein, and Judi Bernstein-Baker. AILA Doc. No. 11091860.