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U.S. Immigration Law – Looking Back 30+ Years

U.S. Immigration Law – Looking Back 30+ Years

Long-time AILA member Michael Davis shares insights from his decades of practice, including the impact of 245(i) and some reflections on processes and procedures from years past, as part of our final blog post series celebrating AILA’s 75 years.

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With A Gun To Their Head

With A Gun To Their Head

In this video blog post, AILA Law Student Member Nathan Hall describes why he decided to dig into the issue of the “serious nonpolitical crime” bar and its impact on asylum seekers when he wrote his piece for the April 2022 edition of the AILA Law Journal.

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Fast Tracking Asylum at the Border will Undermine Due Process

Fast Tracking Asylum at the Border will Undermine Due Process

In this blog post, AILA’s Amy Grenier walks through the significant due process concerns that have been expressed about the Interim Final Rule on asylum processing from the Biden administration and why having sufficient time, to seek counsel and pull together a substantive claim, is so important.

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Tackling Jurisdictional Questions

Tackling Jurisdictional Questions

AILA member Geoffrey A. Hoffman shares insights on the article he wrote for the Spring 2022 edition of the AILA Law Journal focused on the issue of jurisdiction and how the defective NTA-jurisdictional question could play a crucial part in resolving and reducing the 1.6 million case backlog. AILA members, don’t forget you have digital access to all Law Journal editions on aila.org!

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Fan Letters to AILA Members’ Favorite Resources

Fan Letters to AILA Members’ Favorite Resources

As we continue to celebrate AILA’s 75th anniversary year, we asked members to share a fan letter to their favorite AILA resource, in two or three sentences, or haiku form.  Read about five favorites in this blog post on Think Immigration.

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Knowing the History of “The Huddled Masses”

Knowing the History of “The Huddled Masses”

In this blog post, AILA member and Law Journal author John Medeiros introduces his piece featured in the recent special edition of the AILA Law Journal celebrating AILA’s 75 years; his piece “Huddled Masses” chronicles the history of U.S. immigration and the development of U.S. immigration law.

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A Special Edition of the AILA Law Journal Celebrates #AILA75Years

A Special Edition of the AILA Law Journal Celebrates #AILA75Years

In this blog post, we walk through the Spring 2022 edition of the AILA Law Journal which features an interview between editor-in-chief Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia and AILA President Allen Orr, along with special and substantive pieces from AILA members as we celebrate AILA’s 75 Years.

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