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.
On 12/12/13, AILA joined 16 other groups in a sign on letter to CBP Acting Commission Winkowski requesting access to CBP policy, action on an improved complaint system, and improved training on fear-based protection claims.
On 10/24/13 AILA joined over 60 other national organizations in a sign-on letter to Speaker Boehner (R-OH) and Minority Leader Pelosi (D-CA) urging them to support immigration reform that prioritizes family reunification, including for siblings and adult married children of U.S. citizens.
Letter to OMB from the Alliance to End Slavery and Trafficking and other organizations, urging OMB to advise the President to request funds in the FY2015 budget to combat human trafficking and modern day slavery in accordance with the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2013.
An 8/2/13 letter from AILA to California legislators and bar executives opposing proposed legislation (Immigration Reform Act, AB 1159) that would over-regulate the attorney/client relationship and ultimately harm the immigrants it is intended to protect.
On 3/13/13 AILA joined over 55 groups in a sign-on letter to President Obama and to all Members of Congress asking them to protect and strengthen the family-based immigration system in immigration reform.
On 2/4/13 AILA joined over 100 other groups in a sign-on letter opposing two amendments to VAWA (S. 47) that would: create a new aggravated felony for any domestic violence conviction and would allow hearsay information to be presented to establish deportability.
On 2/4/13 AILA joined over 100 other groups in a sign-on letter calling on the Senate to oppose and amendment to VAWA that would make a 3rd DUI result in an aggravated felony for the purposes of immigration.