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  • Did You Take the 2014 Pro Bono Pledge? (12/23/2014)
    Now is the time to submit the reporting form for the 2014 Pro Bono Pledge. The reporting form must be submitted before 1/15/15 for you to be recognized for your pro bono achievements.
  • Starting Your Own Law Practice as a Parent (12/23/2014)
    Starting a family and opening a solo practice around the same time can be understandably daunting. But AILA member Veronica Guinto did just that a few years ago; and, in the December 2014 VOICE, she shares her struggles, triumphs, and tips.
  • Get Three AILA Recordings...Pay for One (12/18/2014)
    Recordings of AILA audio and web seminars offering expert insights, practical solutions, and proven strategies on issues you face every day... and can help you fulfill CLE credit requirements. Buy one, get two free by entering coupon code 2014Seminar when you check out. Offer expires on 12/30/14.
  • ‘Twas the Night Before Immigration Reform (12/18/2014)
    Immigration poem to celebrate the holiday season. Courtesy of Sarah Duckham.
  • There’s Still Time! Take the 2014 AILA Member Pro Bono Pledge (12/15/2014)
    Did you pledge your heart and time to providing pro bono immigration legal services this year? You can still take the 2014 AILA Member Pro Bono Pledge through 12/31/14! End the year on a high note and allow us to toast your achievements in 2015.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Web Seminar on Nonimmigrant Options for Smaller Businesses? (12/15/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA web seminar on the nonimmigrant visa classification options for smaller businesses? Seminar included tips for handling issues unique to start-up organizations, entrepreneurs, and more. Download the seminar, and listen anytime, anywhere.
  • Reminder: Federal Offices and AILA National Closed Thursday and Friday (12/24/2014)
    Reminder that federal government offices and AILA National will be closed on Thursday, December 25, 2014, and Friday, December 26, 2014.
    AILA Doc. No. 14121100.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Audio Seminar on Pitfalls in Naturalization? (12/11/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA audio seminar on the pitfalls in naturalization? A naturalization application may reveal long-forgotten issues that can come back to negatively affect the applicant. Listen to this seminar to learn how to make sure your client’s past does not haunt them.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Audio Seminar on How to Fight a Monster Denial? (12/10/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA web seminar on how to fight a denial based on an I-130, I-485 application for adjustment of status based on an I-130 petition, family-based removal, or cancellation of removal case? If so, download the recording and listen anytime, anywhere that’s convenient to you!
  • Must the Court Have “Reason to Believe?” (12/2/2014)
    It may seem absurd that despite dismissed criminal charges, or even the vacature of a drug-related conviction, someone may still face removal based on a consular officer’s “reason to believe” that he or she is or has been a drug trafficker. Martin Robles-Avila explains in the November 2014 VOICE.
    AILA Doc. No. 14120203.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Web Seminar on H-1B/LCA Compliance Issues? (12/9/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA web seminar that discussed an employer's obligations related to the LCA and Public Access File, and how you can best advise the employer-client to comply with the regulatory obligations. Download and listen anytime, anywhere.
  • AILA Leadership Blog: The Happiest Day Still Shadowed by Injustice (12/9/2014)
    AILA Member Paul Parsons shares his joy at helping a client and her toddler successfully request bond at the Karnes Detention Center and urges AILA members “to step forward to oppose family detention and help these clients who so desperately need our advocacy and protection.”
  • AILA Leadership Blog: Building on a Shared Moment of Community to Move Forward (12/5/2014)
    AILA Secretary Marketa Lindt shares thoughts about the President’s administrative relief noting, “For those in the immigrant communities who will be able to emerge from the shadows, there will be many fresh chances to begin new lives with more opportunity, stability, and dignity.”
    AILA Doc. No. 14120507.
  • Did You Miss the AILA Web Seminar on the B-1 Business Visa? (12/2/2014)
    Did you miss the recent AILA web seminar on the B-1 business visa? Receive information on the process and timeline for B-1 processing, what activities are allowed on the B-1, requesting a specific period of time, and more! You can purchase the downloadable recording and listen anytime, anywhere.
  • Free Podcast on the 2014 Executive Actions (11/26/2014)
    AILA and AIC offer a summary, background, and analysis of the President Obama's Immigration Accountability Executive Actions announced last week during this important 40-minute podcast. Download the free podcast today!
 
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