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AILA Doc. No. 17101761 | Dated February 17, 2023
In 2023, AILA will stage the National Day of Action as an in-person lobby day event in Washington, currently scheduled for April 27. AILA’s long-standing vision is to increase the association and its membership’s political influence with Congress so that we can effectively advance our mission of promoting fair and reasonable immigration law.
To better achieve that goal, in 2023, AILA will modify its approach to become a highly targeted event that attracts AILA members who are better trained and positioned to influence the identified congressional offices.
In January 2023, AILA’s Grassroots Advocacy Associate, Sofia Rosales-Zeledon will provide NDA Liaisons and chapter leaders with participation numbers for their chapters and a list of their key congressional targets. Chapters will recruit members to participate in the mandatory training program and NDA. AILA’s advocacy associate will support chapters in recruitment efforts. To keep the event selective, there will not be flexibility to allow for additional participants from each chapter.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17101761.
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