AILA provides a series of 12 charts comparing President Biden’s accomplishments 100 days after entering office with the comprehensive recommendations AILA presented to the president.View All
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AILA Doc. No. 21042930 | Dated April 29, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Washington, DC – The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) comprehensively tracked actions and decisions by the Biden administration over its first 100 days in office. AILA offers a shareable, publicly-accessible resource charting what has been accomplished and what remains yet to be done based on recommendations made by AILA.
In November 2020, drawing upon the expertise of its national committees, AILA issued a comprehensive set of recommendations: A Vision for America as a Welcoming Nation. AILA urged the incoming president to implement reform in 12 major areas. This new resource, released today, evaluates how the Biden administration performed in AILA’s priority areas.
Readers can pull up key areas and see quickly where the administration has or has not yet acted, and whether something is in process or completed.
The 12 Key Recommendation Areas are:
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Cite as AILA Doc. No. 21042930.
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