Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace
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by Mo Goldman
2w ago
AILA member Maurice "Mo" Goldman shares insights into why it feels the country is moving away from valuing its history as a "nation of immigrants" and emphasizes the need for immigration attorneys and their clients to share their stories and shift the narrative. The post Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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25 Years Ago the State Department Recognized How Visa Consul and Immigration Counsel Can Work Together in the Visa Application Process
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by Liam Schwartz
3w ago
AILA member Liam Schwartz reflects on Department of State cable 99 State 21138 which was spearheaded by the late Stephen K. Fischel; the cable highlights the importance to the visa application process of the working relationship between consular officers and immigration attorneys. The post 25 Years Ago the State Department Recognized How Visa Consul and Immigration Counsel Can Work Together in the Visa Application Process first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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The Mandatory Detention of Unlawful Entrants Seeking Asylum in the United States and the Due Process Protection
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by Jim Nzonguma Mayua
1M ago
AILA Law Journal author Jim Nzoguma Mayua shares more about his article in the Fall 2023 edition of the journal, in which he discusses the legal uncertainty stemming from Supreme Court rulings denying asylum seekers due process protection. The post The Mandatory Detention of Unlawful Entrants Seeking Asylum in the United States and the Due Process Protection first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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Is Chevron Dead? Thoughts after Oral Arguments in Relentless, Inc. and Loper Bright Enterprises
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by Brian Green and Stephen Yale-Loehr
1M ago
Brian Green and Stephen Yale-Loehr describe the recent oral arguments in two SCOTUS cases which could dramatically affect federal agency review; it is yet unclear whether the decisions will hurt or help immigrants when challenging ambiguous agency decisions or interpretations. The post Is Chevron Dead? Thoughts after Oral Arguments in Relentless, Inc. and Loper Bright Enterprises first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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A Bridge We Can All Cross
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by César Magaña Linares and Raquel Fernández
1M ago
AILA members César Magaña Linares and Raquel Fernández—a Salvadoran Dreamer with TPS and a second generation Venezuelan American—call for intra-immigrant solidarity. The post A Bridge We Can All Cross first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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How the “Internal Enemy” Label Forces Venezuelans to Flee Their Country
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by Emercio Jose Aponte and Andrea Paola Aponte
1M ago
AILA Law Journal authors Emercio José Aponte and Andrea Paola Aponte share more about their article in which they discuss how the current authoritarian regime in Venezuela has been violating citizens’ human rights and what that means for claims of asylum. The post How the “Internal Enemy” Label Forces Venezuelans to Flee Their Country first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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Take the First Step and Just Apply for the Maggio Fellowship!
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by Alejandra Arrieta
1M ago
Alejandra Arrieta, the 2023 Maggio Fellowship winner, describes how the fellowship offered opportunities to network and train in immigration law. 2024 fellowship applications are due by February 16. The post Take the First Step and Just Apply for the Maggio Fellowship! first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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No Fault/Technical Reasons: A Chronicle of Misfeasance Exposed
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by Martin Robles-Avila
1M ago
AILA Law Journal author Martin Robles-Avila highlights how a flawed rulemaking process has affected Nonimmigrant Status breaches and a quandary business immigration practitioners often find themselves in determining whether a client is eligible for adjustment of status. The post No Fault/Technical Reasons: A Chronicle of Misfeasance Exposed first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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FOIA Behind the Scenes – How USCIS and DOS Process Immigration-Related Requests
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by Alexandra Zaretsky
1M ago
AILA member Alexandra Zaretsky describes how the International Refugee Assistance Project decided to find out how USCIS and the State Department process FOIA requests by filing a “meta-FOIA” which unearthed some questionable agency policies of potential interest to others. The post FOIA Behind the Scenes – How USCIS and DOS Process Immigration-Related Requests first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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New England AILA Members Joined Community and Government in Helping Newcomers
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by Robin Nice
1M ago
AILA New England Chapter Chair Robin Nice describes the recent successful set of EAD clinics hosted in Massachusetts, where state and federal agencies worked together with local partners and volunteers "to address immigration issues in a cooperative, common sense, humane manner." The post New England AILA Members Joined Community and Government in Helping Newcomers first appeared on Blog: Think Immigration ..read more
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