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“What Do You Mean I’m Not a U.S. Citizen?”

In this blog post, AILA member Tracie Klinke shares some situations and tough questions she has encountered recently in practicing family immigration law and how her experiences have fed into the development of sessions for AILA’s Annual Conference Family Track.

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The Chess Prodigy and Asylum Policy

AILA member and Senior Legal Editor Rizwan Hassan writes about the recent New York State Scholastic Chess child champion Tanitoluwa Adewumi as an example of the asylum seekers and refugees who have made America great over generations, urging that we take action and call for good immigration policy.

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Lift the H-1B Cap to Benefit U.S. Employers and U.S. Workers

AILA Media Advocacy Committee Member Doug Penn describes how lifting the cap on H-1B visa numbers could “help the large and small employers who need employees with these skills to meet workforce demands, build up U.S. workforce training programs, and enhance fraud detection and prevention efforts.”

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The View from the Chair

In this blog post, part of the AILA Diversity & Inclusion series, committee member Caroline Ostrom explains how “incorporating ways to include those with disabilities into your practice as colleagues, employees, and clients, makes business sense and is the right thing to do.”

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Re-imagine the H-1B to Match Our Economy’s Needs

AILA First VP Jennifer Minear explains the impact of new policies USCIS Director Cissna recently highlighted in a CNN op-ed, noting that “We don’t need to reconfigure the logistical administration of the outdated and ill-equipped H-1B system that we have. We need to re-imagine that system…”

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Black Immigrant History is Part of Black History Month

In this blog post, part of the AILA Diversity & Inclusion series, AILA Second Vice President Allen Orr recognizes Black History Month, shares important research and analysis, and writes, “In the drive for immigration reform, black immigrants must not be forgotten or left out of the equation.”

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