AILA

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AcronymDefinition
AILAAmerican Immigration Lawyers Association
AILAAustralian Institute of Landscape Architects
AILAAssociation Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée (French: International Association of Applied Linguistics)
AILAAmerican Indian Library Association
AILAAmerican Indian Law Alliance
AILAAsociación de Industriales Latinoamericanos (Latin American Industrialists Association)
AILAArmy Integrated Logistics Architecture (US DoD)
AILAAssociation des Infirmiers Libéraux d'Auvergne
AILAAutomated Instrument Landing Approach (aircraft, automatic)
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During the first outreach on July 2, Hirono brought together close to 50 Filipino veterans and family members with US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) District Director David Gulick and members of the Hawaii Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association to provide information and assistance on the USCIS Filipino WWII Veterans Parole Program (FWVP).
When reached for her comment on the ruling, Lelsie Holman, an immigration lawyer based in Vermont who is also president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), said she was contacting government officials on Tuesday to see how the issues will play out.
A member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, he is a frequent writer and lecturer for various human resources associations and businesses on immigration and 1-9 issues.
She's among a group of lawyers from the American Immigration Lawyers Association who will provide pro bono representation to people pleading for asylum in what the president called a humanitarian emergency.
In other news, Speidel and paralegal Jean Speidel attended the 2013 National Conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) June 26-29, 2013, in San Francisco, Calif.
"It's only as good as the assurances of political appointees at any given time;' says Crystal Williams, executive director of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Still, there is also some legal precedent that protects applicants, says Williams.
Caption: FLORIDA COASTAL SCHOOL OF LAW in Jacksonville and the American Immigration Lawyers Association recently hosted the Fifth Annual Citizenship Day by helping more than 150 legal permanent residents in the Northeast Florida community apply to become U.S.
Washington: American Immigration Lawyers Association.
It has a Loyola Law School logo on the upper left-hand side, and underneath her name it reads, "Graduate of Loyola Law School Jurisprudence 2003." It also mentions the Chicago Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association and advises in Spanish, "Don't sign anything" to anyone arrested or under deportation.
Rounding out The Principal 2010 best list were American Immigration Lawyers Association, Clif Bar & Co., Davidson Technologies Inc., Farmers Mutual Insurance Co.
Almost every case where a client's been detained, it's been a struggle at first to find them, said David Leopold, president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Literally, I've had to call jail after jail.
In announcing the decision, the nation's oldest historically black fraternity joined the city of San Francisco, the city of Los Angeles, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and others in demonstrating their outrage.
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