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National President-Elect American Immigration Lawyers Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association
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The American Immigration Lawyers Association is the national association of immigration lawyers established to promote justice, advocate for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advance the quality of immigration and nationality law and practic...
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AILA - AILA in the News
In this Vice News article, AILA President Victor Nieblas explains the impact that the Supreme Court's decision in Texas v. United States could have on millions of undocumented individuals, as well as on the authority of the executive branch.
AILA President Victor Nieblas and AILA Past President Charles Kuck are quoted in this Wall Street Journal article concerning the raids conducted by ICE to detain and deport families, most of whom are fleeing targeted violence in Central America.
In this Fox News Latino piece, AILA President Victor Nieblas discusses AILA's report card on President Obama's immigration efforts over the past seven years, and explains the thorough screening process that refugees undergo before entering the United States.
September AIM: President Victor ...
September AIM: President Victor Nieblas on his 2015/2016 Agenda
For September's AILA Interview of the Month (AIM), AILA President Victor Nieblas discusses his goals for the 2015/2016 term, including finding an Executive Director, improved liaison, and an end to family detention.
AILA - Press Releases and Statements
In a statement highlighting the release of AILA's new Due Process Denied report, AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis noted, "The response thus far from the Obama Administration to the refugee situation in Central America has been abysmal...We can, and must, do better than this."
Responding to confirmed reports that immigration authorities are planning another surge of arrests aimed at families and unaccompanied children across the nation, AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis joined AILA Executive Director Benjamin Johnson in condemning the raids.
AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis commented on the oral arguments heard today in United States v. Texas noting, "AILA is confident that on the law and facts at issue in this case, it is increasingly clear that there is ample authority and precedent for the president to take these steps."
: Despite Avalanche of H-1B Petitions, Outdated Cap Means American Economy is Still Missing Out
AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis commented on the H-1B visa cap being reached and that a lottery will be held again noting, "Each petition not selected is a business need unfulfilled and a growth opportunity that is delayed or thwarted."
In response to the introduction of the "Fair Day in Court for Kids Act" in the House of Representatives, AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis noted that the bill would, "stop the injustice of forcing vulnerable individuals to face deportation without counsel."
AILA welcomed the introduction of the "Fair Day in Court for Kids Act of 2016" AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis noted, "This legislation would go a long way toward ensuring a measure of fairness and due process in the immigration system for the most vulnerable."
AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis condemned reports of ICE raids targeting Central American families saying, "Rounding up mothers and children who have fled the most violent region in the western hemisphere and are trying to find refuge abrogates our legal obligations."
AILA President Victor Nieblas ...
AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis remarked, "Ever since President Obama announced these programs in November 2014, families have been waiting for their moment to come forward and live free from fear.
AILA Leadership Blog: Defend, ...
AILA Leadership Blog: Defend, Don't Target, the Vulnerable by AILA President Victor Nieblas Pradis - January 5, 2016