|Release Date: 7/26/2023
Explore the complexities of naturalization in this self-paced, intermediate-level course. It provides a comprehensive review of naturalization and citizenship for new practitioners, as well as those who are more experienced. Created by a team of the nation's leading experts on naturalization and citizenship, the course includes practical guidance on the legal standards and requirements for naturalization, preparing forms and what to expect at the naturalization interview, naturalization of children including adoptions, options for military service members, eligibility issues and temporary and permanent bars, and strategies for government delays and options if a case is denied.
The course is available OnDemand, and includes instructional videos, downloadable quick-reference documents, exercises for hands-on practice, fact patterns, quizzes, discussion forums, and written articles.
The course outline consists of three modules:
- Module 1: Preparing to File
- Module 2: Reviewing Eligibility and Filing the Application
- Module 3: The Interview, Appeal, and Federal Court Review
Participation in this AILA online course is solely restricted to AILA members, government, and nonmember attorneys. Non-attorney attendance is limited to employees of AILA members in good standing, 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 does not permit course participation by persons who provide representation without authorization in violation of 8 CFR §292.1, such as for-profit "immigration consultants" and "notarios."
This product contains online content available through our online learning platform, elearning.aila.org, for one year from the date of purchase.
Refund Policy: All online content purchases are final. They are not eligible for return/refund.
AILA has filed for CLE credits in appropriate jurisdictions. Eligible participants can receive up to 10.2 total credits in 50-minute jurisdictions and up to 8.5 total credits in 60-minute jurisdictions. To receive CLE credit, attorneys must record their attendance using the CLE code provided at the end of the program via webCLE.