AILALink puts an entire immigration law library at your fingertips! Search the AILALink database for all your practice needs—statutes, regs, case law, agency guidance, publications, and more.
AILA web seminars bring you the latest information on trends, topics, and issues in immigration law. Most live seminars are priced at $129 for members and $199 for nonmembers; plus they're eligible for CLE credit and pre-approved in most states, making them cost and time-effective opportunities to stay updated and informed. These seminars are 90 minutes of concentrated distance learning with opportunities for Q&A. Plus, when you register for the live event you can download the digital recording for free!
Seminars descriptions include faculty listings and discussion points. Register, get updated, and get the CLE credits you need from your home or office.
* 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."
If you can't participate in a live event, recordings let you access seminar and conference content from your desktop or mobile device, whenever and wherever you need it. Best of all, AILA membership now includes free access to all recordings of new web seminar programming. Most recordings are CLE-eligible.Learn More About Recordings
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