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.Register Now
Devoting time and professional skill to public service is a hallmark of the legal profession. AILA offers resources to assist members to locate opportunities as well as incorporate such service into their practices.
AILA is a national association of immigration professionals and, although our members are licensed immigration attorneys, as an organization AILA does not provide direct services to the public. If you seek advice or information about a specific issue or individual case, please utilize our immigration lawyer search tool or contact a non-profit legal service provider in your area.
Should you have any doubts as to who is authorized to assist in your immigration matter, please refer to our consumer protection website, www.stopnotariofraud.org
"If the opportunity to get involved in a pro bono case comes along (which it will), take it on and ask for help…For new attorneys who are building their clientele, pro bono work is also a great way to learn new things, get your name out there, and even generate referrals."
Jessica Wallace, Carolinas Chapter