Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 14073041 | Dated July 30, 2014
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In This Issue:
“Correct Job Classification Matters for a Design Professional”
Because of the vast number of diverse job descriptions and the limited classifications provided by the various Department of Labor for design professionals, attorneys often confront the difficult task of trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. AILA members Jonathan L. Flores, Lauren DeBellis Aviv, and Fuji Whittenburg offer tips on properly advising employers to accurately categorize the positions that foreign nationals will be assuming.
“Going International: The Next Best Move?”
More and more firms are considering establishing an international presence to keep up with the increasingly global nature of immigration law. AILA member Richard Alvoid identifies some factors to weigh before opening an office abroad.
Other Highlights Include:
Immigration & Crimes
“Hoodlum or Hero? Representing the Cooperating Witness”
Immigration & Health Care
“Advising Health Care Clients on Long-Awaited Visa Availability”
“Business Visitor Travel to Hong Kong”
“The L-1: Upending a Solid Employment Visa Option”
Behind the Case
“Behind the Case: The Widow Penalty”
“Trading in Times Square for War-Torn Guatemala”
All in the Family
“All in the Family: Meet Gloria and Maurice Goldman”
“Law Students, Get Started!”
“Living ‘Illegal’: The Human Side of the Story”
“Get to Know Agora and Your Digital Library”
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14073041.