Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 14052842 | Dated May 28, 2014
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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:
"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!"
"More than Just a Way to Rack up Pro Bono Hours?"
"Balance on the Border: Retreat, Retreat!"
My Advice to New Attorneys: AILA First, AILALink Second
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 14052842.