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AILA's in-person and virtual conference program is anchored by the Annual Conference. This premier four-day gathering offers an information-filled CLE program with over 120 substantive sessions in fundamentals, intermediate, and advanced level tracks; insights from hundreds of immigration experts; an exhibit hall packed with the latest tools, techniques, and services; and unmatched networking opportunities
The Annual Conference is complemented by conferences throughout the year, including topical conferences, regional conferences, the Spring Conference's opportunity for direct contact with government officials, and the Midwinter Conference on advanced business immigration issues.
AILA in-person/virtual events offer the benefits of live, concentrated programming, discounts on the event recording, conference handbooks, plus meaningful opportunities to network with colleagues. Some events are also available live as webcasts. And, if you can't attend the live event, you can purchase the recording.
* All registrations are subject to approval. Attendance at AILA conferences and seminars is solely restricted to AILA members and their employees, government employees, and nonmember attorneys. Non-attorney attendance is limited to the employees of AILA members in good standing, to HR professionals who have an AILA member reference, employees of accredited educational institutions providing support to international student and scholar services at their employing institutions, and accredited representatives under 8 CFR §292.2. AILA will reject conference registrations from persons who provide representation without authorization in violation of 8 CFR §292.1, such as for-profit "immigration consultants" and "notarios."
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 and its variants (herein referred to as “COVID-19”) exists in any public place where people are present. AILA will follow the applicable COVID-19 health and safety measures put into effect for the time of the conference by federal, state, and local public health and government officials.
Attendance at the in-person conference is limited to all registered participants who have completed the registration process and signed this Waiver as instructed.
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All participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 before attending the conference, and to show proof of vaccination upon arrival or before the conference as requested by AILA. Anyone providing false information about their vaccination status may be banned from future conferences. “Fully vaccinated” means 2 weeks after the 2nd dose in a 2-dose series, or 2 weeks after a single dose vaccine. If a booster is required by AILA, “fully vaccinated” includes a booster dose.
The webcast option for participation in the conference will be available to those choosing not to attend in person, and those who cannot abide by the Assumption of Risk & Agreement terms above. Those participating by webcast are responsible for providing their own computer and other equipment used to access the conference. Webcast participants also assume the risk of computer and Internet malfunctions and connection problems.
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