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Need an immigration lawyer? AILA can help you find an immigration attorney in your area through the online Immigration Lawyer Search (ILS), www.ailalawyer.com! All lawyers participating in the service are AILA members, are licensed to practice law in a state or territory of the United States, are currently a member in good standing with AILA and their State Bar Association, and keep current by earning a number of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits throughout the year.
AILA’s Immigration Lawyer Search is free to use, however listed attorneys may or may not charge an initial consultation fee for their services. When you contact the lawyer, it is very important to mention that you received his or her name through AILA's Immigration Lawyer Search Service and to ask what (if any) the initial consultation fee is.
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