AILA member Lori Chesser describes how business immigration law experts may want to explore litigation as an option for clients and highlights her recent win along with some useful AILA resources.
In this blog post, AILA President-Elect Marketa Lindt and AILA Treasurer Jeremy McKinney describe recent troubling events which could impact access to counsel for asylum seekers at the border and avow “We stand with our members…We stand ready to fight.”
AILA Member Sandra Feist highlights another brick in the Trump administration’s “invisible wall” relating to delays and obstacles to I-751 petitioners and the significant impact those delays can have on immigrants who “got in line” and their families a…
AILA Asylum and Refugee Committee Chair Dree Collopy describes Matter of A-B- and its potential impact on asylum law and previews an upcoming webinar on the topic that is open to interested practitioners.
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.
AILA Member Sabrina Damast highlights the damaging provisions in the bill supported by the administration to end the shutdown which would negatively impact Dreamers, TPS-recipients, and asylum seekers.
In this blog post, AILA members Kara Lynum and Christina Brown describe their experience volunteering at the border with asylum seekers and urge other AILA members and the public to take action as well!
In this blog post, AILA Media Advocacy Committee Member Matthew Maiona highlights the unintended consequences of the shutdown, including a halt to the E-Verify program which allows U.S. employers to check the eligibility of applicants to work.
AILA Executive Director Ben Johnson takes a look at the real dangers to U.S. border security, writing “Were the President serious about border security, he would focus his administration’s attention and resources on the transnational criminal cartels w…
Justice Campaign director Karen Lucas reflects on the difficulties and triumphs of 2018, writing that because of the amazing work of volunteers, the campaign “will enter 2019 with something that cannot and will not be deterred by anti-immigrant executi…