Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 11051171 | Dated May 1, 2011
The May/June issue of VOICE: An Immigration Dialogue is ready for viewing 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!
In This Issue:
"The Nuances of the Marriage Fraud Interview"
Preparing your clients for a spouse petition interview is a simple procedure. However, the more a couple's marital relationship deviates from the officer's imaginary norm, the more likely it will undergo additional scrutiny. Here are some practice tips to help your client win petition approval.
"Sneak Peek: The Waivers Book and Business Immigration: Law & Practice"
From Waivers: "The Impact of Matter of Jean on Waivers for Refugees and Asylees"
From Business: "TN vs. H-1B: How Trade NAFTA Measures Up to the Popular H-1B Classification"
Other Highlights Include:
Networking in the Sun
AILA's Director of Education Grace Akers Woods welcomes you to VOICE and highlights the events at our annual conference in sunny San Diego!
Face of AILA
AILA recognizes Anthony (Tony) Weigel, a “great lawyer and a great advocate” for immigration reform, says AILA President David Leopold.
Author Cletus Weber offers "8 Steps to Being a Hero Without Getting Your Client and Yourself Into Trouble"
Spotlight Inter Alia Got a great story idea for VOICE? Please contact VOICE to share it with us! Cite as AILA Doc. No. 11051171.
Learn more about AIC's American Heritage Awards. Also see photos of AILA's Executive Committee on its visit to the White House and AILA's EB-5 Committee.
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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 11051171.