Take AILA's 2022 AILA Marketplace Survey!

Want to learn how your firm’s finances, staffing, technology, and more compare? Take AILA's 2022 Marketplace Survey!

The input provided by you and other immigration attorneys in response to this survey will be used as the basis for the 2022 Marketplace Study, an invaluable tool for making strategic, data-driven business decisions, from whether to adjust your fees or seek a salary increase to where you should spend your marketing time and money.

To provide you with meaningful and actionable data in the 2022 Study, we need your input. Please help us collect this important information by completing the 2022 Marketplace Survey. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete and will close on Sunday, May 15, 2022.


To thank you for your time and participation, you will be entered into a drawing for one of the prizes below upon completion of the survey. Nine winners will be selected at random.

Thank you in advance for your help in making sure you have the data you need to grow your business, guide your career, and effectively invest your time and money into the practice of law.

*The paralegal who registers for this conference must work under the supervision of an AILA member.
**Two winners will be awarded one copy each of the Build and Manage Your Successful Immigration Law Practice eBook.
***Three winners will be awarded one copy each of AILA's Practice and Professionalism Toolbox.

This October, the 2022 AILA Marketplace Study will be released, providing answers to important questions such as:

  • Who makes up the immigration bar? How have the last three years been for immigration lawyers?
  • How do your firm’s finances, staffing, technology, and marketing compare?
  • What did most immigration lawyers bring home and put back into the firm?
  • What is a competitive associate, paralegal, and administrative assistant salary?
  • What does the future of immigration practice look like?

Stay tuned for the 2022 AILA Marketplace Study, coming in October, to get answers to these questions and more.

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 22050251.