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The 2021 Annual Conference will take place under the backdrop of a new administration and lingering impacts of the pandemic. A welcome change indeed, but it presents its own unique challenges and opportunities for AILA members, their clients, and the immigration community.
As we look for ways to partner with the Biden administration and advocate for a new vision for America’s immigration system, join us at the 2021 AILA Annual Conference on Immigration Law where you will:
During the 2021 Annual Conference, we will once again dedicate four full days to the fundamentals of immigration law so that those new to this complicated area can start their careers on a solid foundation.
Mark your calendars and plan to join us June 9-12, for the 2021 Annual Conference where you can connect with your colleagues and find solutions to your immigration problems. The conference is currently planned as a hybrid event offering both in-person* and virtual participation in five main tracks with over 80 sessions. See the full program for more details. Look for registration information later this spring.
*Member, staff, and partner safety is of the upmost importance to AILA. AILA is closely monitoring the impact of COVID-19 on in-person events and will have more details on registration and participation options later in April.
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