In the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, AILA's virtual conferences provide the same strong content from the safety of your home or office. Our virtual conferences provide attendees with the latest immigration law updates, live CLE panels, and networking opportunities with peers in the field ... the same quality you expect from AILA's conferences, but in a virtual format.
2022 AILA Border Issues Virtual Conference
March 30, 2022 - March 31, 2022 | Virtual
This all-virtual conference will feature a Business and Family/Removal track. Learn about the latest challenges faced by those entering the United States at the border, and get the cutting-edge strategies you need to help your clients deal with them.
2022 AILA Spring CLE Conference and Webcast
April 8, 2022 | In-Person & Virtual
This one-day conference in Washington D.C., with a virtual webcast option, will give you an insider’s look at the federal agencies involved in immigration. Sessions will feature government officials and AILA liaison committee members discussing recent updates to law and policy, as well as what’s on the horizon.
2022 AILA Annual Conference (AC22)
June 15, 2022 - June 18, 2022 | In-Person & Virtual
Don’t miss out on the biggest immigration law event of the year! We’ll be returning to an in-person conference with a virtual option too, so you can decide whether to join us in New York City or remotely—the choice is yours.
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Post-Conviction Relief: “If I Could Turn Back Time!”
September 8, 2022
Immigration attorneys may sometimes feel like post-conviction relief is outside their wheelhouse. However, post-conviction relief is a crucial tool for clients with less-than-perfect pasts. Even if attorneys do not practice criminal law, staying abreast of the latest developments with respect to vacaturs and sentence modifications is required to comprehensively advise clients regarding their immigration options. During this intermediate-to-advanced seminar, our panel of experts will discuss various types of post-conviction relief vehicles, trends in DHS challenges to vacaturs and sentence modifications, and other important strategy considerations when counseling clients on post-conviction relief.