Upcoming Web and Audio Seminars

Check out AILA's upcoming web and audio seminars. Get your CLE requirements from the convenience of your desk. Included with registration, participants in the live seminar will receive a free downloadable recording of the seminar. Topics vary widely, so find a seminar that fits your schedule!

  • I-751 Petitions: How to Handle Delays and Changes in Circumstances
    Audio Seminar on February 12, 2019
    I-751 removal of conditions cases often appear straightforward at first. However, with the increase in processing times and questions from clients regarding divorces, separations, and rocky marriages, these cases frequently become complicated. Our panel of seasoned experts will discuss strategies and responses to changes in client circumstances, and they will advise on filing naturalization applications to expedite the process.
  • Perfecting the Job Description: A Modern Artform
    Web Seminar on February 21, 2019
    In the midst of USCIS’s challenges to job descriptions and wage leveling, the art of drafting the job description for employers has become increasingly important. Seasoned and new practitioners alike are playing a greater role providing guidance to employers crafting real-world descriptions, taking into account the many factors that must be considered. Join our panel of experts as they discuss the importance of job descriptions, provide real-life examples, and examine the interplay between nonimmigrant (NIV) and immigrant visa (IV) categories.
  • Naturalization Challenges and Strategies in the Trump Era
    Audio Seminar on February 26, 2019
    Naturalization cases that were previously considered “clear-cut” are no longer straightforward under the Trump administration. Our panel of experts will discuss recent policy changes that may place naturalization applicants at heightened risk, and identify other enforcement initiatives that could jeopardize the status of naturalized U.S. citizens. Given the current immigration climate, the panelists also will address underutilized naturalization options for certain lawful permanent residents residing abroad.