In this blog post, part of a months-long series leading up to the formal celebration of AILA’s 75th year at the upcoming Annual Conference in June, 2022, four AILA members reflect on what they see as AILA’s greatest strengths and the relationships they’ve built during their membership of AILA.
In this blog post, AILA Law Journal author Sasha Kaskel shares some insights about the “Einstein” visa and how immigration attorneys might approach client cases; AILA members can read her full article and other pieces in their free digital copy of the journal.
AILA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee member Christine Alden reflects on the meaning of Native American Heritage month and urges readers to learn more in order to “help protect and preserve this important culture.”
As many fully vaccinated grandparents finally get to travel to see grandkids this week after months-long separations, AILA member Fiona McEntee welcomes the reunions while also urging continued advocacy to help other families reunite.
AILA member Mo Goldman shares a recent example of how the antiquated systems at USCIS Customer Service caused concern and wasted time as he sought to help a client and offers ideas of how to increase efficiency.
AILA President Allen Orr reflects on what it means to be AILA’s president in this 75th year and highlights some fun ways to remember some key milestones and share your own fond memories of AILA this year.