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VOICE: June 2014

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 14052842 (posted May. 28, 2014)"

Delve into this issue of VOICE on our digital reading platform! As always, simply use the top navigation bar in the viewer to flip pages, print, search for keywords, share with colleagues, and much more!

For those who have trouble with the digital format, a PDF version of VOICE is also available.

In This Issue:

"Of Race and Politics: A History of U.S. Immigration"
As comprehensive immigration reform stalls in Congress, AILA member Jordana A. Hart analyzes the role of race in U.S. immigration.

"LPR Status for Outstanding Professors & Researchers"
AILA member Sarah J. Baker explains the pros and cons of pursuing EB-1(2) petitions for outstanding professors and researchers, and offers tips on preparing the strongest petitions.

Other Highlights Include:

Unsolicited Advice
"Get Organized, Get Done, Get Happy"

The I-9 Blog
"How Well Do You Know the Form I-9?" Take the Quiz!

On the Docket
"Missed a Deadline? Not Always the End of the Line"

Practice & Professionalism
"The Law Practice Advisor: A Solo Attorney's Lifeline"

Pass the Mic
"Darn, that Supervised Recruitment Process!"

Get Connected
"More than Just a Way to Rack up Pro Bono Hours?"

"Is This Your First Rodeo? Advice for AC First-Timers"

Balance
"Balance on the Border: Retreat, Retreat!"

Member Advantage
My Advice to New Attorneys: AILA First, AILALink Second

And more!

 
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