AILA

(redirected from American Immigration Lawyers Association)
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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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.
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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.
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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said David Leopold, president-elect of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Washington.
She has served as a liaison with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, as a member of a committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Theodore Ruthizer, a New York immigration lawyer and past president and general counsel of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, told the Times, "I think she needs to be educated, frankly.
I can't think of anything that's more counterproductive than creating a huge, built-in underclass," said Michael Boyle, an immigration attorney and chairman of the Connecticut chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
The law allows the immigration service to pay for itself through fees," says Judy Golub, an attorney at the American Immigration Lawyers Association in Washington; it "doesn't require" that it do so.
Palma Yanni, president, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington, D.
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