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18
Apr.
Web Seminar
Many states allow the medical or adult recreational use of marijuana. Under federal immigration law, however, cannabis use and possession can have devastating consequences for noncitizens.
19
Apr.
Roundtable
Join us for this roundtable discussion of the upcoming election, and other uncontrollable stressors, and how it impacts AILA members’ practices and well-being.
30
Apr.
Govt. Events
USCIS invites stakeholders to tech talks on April 16 and April 30 to ask questions about the new USCIS organizational accounts in preparation for FY2025 H-1B registration season and online filing.
30
Apr.
Roundtable
In this roundtable, presenters will share information about the sponsor application and refugee referral process, new resources and tools available to sponsors, and ways to help prevent the spread of misinformation about the Welcome Corps.
01
May
Roundtable
Author Mary Kramer, author of the recently released 10th edition of Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, will lead a roundtable where you can discuss the latest law and policy from the courts and agencies impacting all areas of criminal immigration law.
02
May
Web Seminar
Dealing with USCIS errors, incorrect decisions, system glitches, and other bureaucratic inefficiencies can leave one feeling frustrated. But take heart!
02
May
10
May
Online Course
Explore succession planning and develop an ethical exit strategy. Solo/small-firm immigration attorneys considering leaving the practice of law and buyers will learn how to assess firm value and fit, afford an acquisition, and merge an acquired practice. Live sessions are on 5/2, 5/3, 5/9, and 5/10.
03
May
Chapter Events
2024 Carolinas Chapter Virtual Business Meeting and CLE, May 3, 2024. This event is being presented by AILA's Carolinas Chapter. This event is not being organized by the AILA National Office.
03
May
Roundtable
In this roundtable, members of AILA's DOS Liaison Committee will provide updates and takeaways from the Spring 2024 meetings with the National Visa Center in Portsmouth, NH and the Department of State in Washington, DC.
06
May
Roundtable
Chaotic workplaces can give rise to high turnover and stressed employees. Immigration firms are no exception, but chaos doesn’t have to last forever. Join us to learn how to cultivate high morale and resilient teams, creating an inviting workplace where everyone wants to work.