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.
In this blog post, AILA member Alice Yardum-Hunter recounts the fourteen year battle her client fought to regain his citizenship which he had not voluntarily renounced.
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.”
In this blog post, AILA Policy Counsel Jason Boyd shares key points from AILA’s recent policy brief and explains how USCIS processing delays have reached crisis levels under the Trump administration.
As we reflect on Veterans Day, this blog post offers insights into the impact of immigration law on members of the military and their families and encourages AILA members to “help a service member by bringing immigration legal expertise and a caring heart to bear on these important cases.”
AILA President Anastasia Tonello shares her #MyImmigrantHistory story as part of AILA’s campaign to highlight why the public charge rule is shortsighted and would harm the country and encourages others to share their own #MyImmigrantHistory story on social media and with AILA.
Jennifer Burk, an AILA member from the Northern California Chapter, shares highlights from the recent pro bono clinic at Annual Conference and urges AILA members to get involved and leverage their expertise to help change lives.
This blog post is adapted from the president’s installation speech given by Anastasia Tonello, June 14, 2018 in San Francisco; she shares her message to AILA members and goals for her presidential year.
In this blog post, AILA member Andrew Nietor highlights the Sessions v. Dimaya decision from the U.S. Supreme Court, writing that the decision “offers a welcome return to the rule of law and its consistent application nationwide.”
Dagmar Butte, member of AILA’s Board of Governors, shares insights into the family immigration system from her personal experience, highlighting why family reunification benefits us all as an integral part of America’s past, present, and future.