Check Out Recent AILA Recordings

AILA offers recordings of recent web and audio seminars that are available whenever you are! Check out the recordings today and stay current on the trends, topics, and issues that affect your clients and practice. CLE credit is also available for many of these recordings.

Recently added recordings include:

  • New NTA Memo Part 1-Advising and Protecting Employment-Based Clients
    Late-Breaking Seminar Recording
    Special Recording Price for Members: $49
    On July 5, 2018, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published new guidance, dated June 28, 2018, regarding the issuance of Notices to Appear (NTAs). The new guidance grants USCIS a mandate to issue an NTA upon denial of an application, petition, or immigration benefit request where the applicant, beneficiary, or requestor is removable (including those who are "not lawfully present"), except in very limited circumstances. Recognizing the significant departure from prior USCIS NTA policy and the potential impact on thousands of individuals, our expert panelists will break down the new guidance, explain who it may affect, and offer strategies for advising and protecting clients.
  • O-1s and P-1s: An Update on What You Need To Know
    Our panel of experts will focus on the recent challenges associated with obtaining O and P visas for artists, entertainers, and athletes. They also will address specific key areas, including who can act as an agent, tips on presenting evidence, and current trends in adjudications under the Trump administration.
  • The ICE-Man Cometh
    Clients attending routine ICE check-ins for the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP) and similar programs may now face being arrested. Panelists will discuss how to prepare clients holistically for an ICE interview so that they know what to expect and will be ready for all eventualities.
  • Preparing for the New EU Data Privacy Rules
    Special Recording Price for Members: $99
    Practitioners who believe the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), set to go into effect in May 2018, won't affect their practices and they can simply ignore them are in for a rude awakening. As international rules on these issues continue to change at a fast pace, U.S. immigration lawyers will need to navigate various country specific regulations (while concurrently complying with a panoply of U.S. federal and state laws) to ensure that they are in compliance on a global basis, and that client information is securely maintained.
  • Effect of Jennings v. Rodriguez Decision on Detainee Advocacy
    Special Recording Price for Members: $59
    Jennings v. Rodriguez. The decision held that INA §§235(b), 236(a), and 236(c) do not allow periodic bond hearings for those subject to pre-final order mandatory detention because they are considered "arriving aliens" or because of certain types of criminal convictions. The Court did not decide the constitutionality of prolonged or indefinite detention in these cases. Our panel of experts will explain how this decision affects advocacy for clients subject to mandatory detention.

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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 15051199.