Immigration Practice Toolbox, 3rd Ed.

Immigration Practice Toolbox, 3rd Ed.

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A Nuts and Bolts Law Office Management Tool for the General Immigration Lawyer

The Immigration Practice Toolbox gives you essential information at your fingertips! Available on CD-ROM only, it puts together a variety of essential resources and information that will help you run your immigration law practice--questionnaires, representation agreements, checklists, and correspondence. This is the only resource that includes both tips and procedures for organizing and managing your office AND the information, procedures, and necessary forms needed to be in immigration practice. All samples in the Immigration Practice Toolbox are included on a CD-ROM, making it easy to personalize the information, print, save and use these forms over and over again in your daily practice. Samples on the CD-ROM cover documents in the following areas:

  • office/case management
  • client management
  • marketing/advocacy
  • ethical considerations
  • consular processing
  • employment-based immigration
  • H-1B, Portability, AC21
  • family-based immigration
  • CSPA
  • VAWA
  • naturalization
  • removal defense
  • and more!

    The AILA Immigration Practice Toolbox is the best management tool and time-saving investment you can make for your law office and your staff. The information and ideas can help new attorneys, paralegals, and law office staff create and manage a successful practice. With ideas and information you can utilize immediately, this is an essential reference for every immigration law practice.

    Save up to 17% when you buy this CD-ROM in combination with Forms & Fundamentals, 2012-13 Ed, available in both eBook and physical format.

    ISBN: 978-1-57370-288-1
    November 2009

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Davis C. Bae is the founder and managing attorney of the Bae Law Group in Seattle. Mr. Bae's practice focuses on comprehensive immigration planning for multinational and fast-growth corporations. He regularly speaks to professional associations and companies on a variety of immigration issues including corporate changes, human resources, legal advocacy, foreign recruitment, and employee retention. Mr. Bae lectures on practice management issues and teaches the course "Small & Solo Practice" at the University of Washington Law School.

Associate Editors
Evan J. Green practices at the law firm of Green and Spiegel in Toronto, where he is the firm lead in U.S. immigration. He is the former chair of American Immigration Lawyers Association's (AILA) Canada Chapter. He has recently been named as having the most nominations in Canada for the Who's Who of Corporate Immigration 2008. He specializes in border issues and understanding the differences in Canadian and U.S. immigration law and the impact that this has on individuals and corporations. Mr. Green has spoken at numerous AILA conferences over the last 20 years and graduated cum laude from the University of Ottawa in 1988.

Laura Hofman practices business and family immigration and naturalization law in Seattle. She has counseled hundreds of businesses and individuals through the U.S. immigration system and has served as immigration faculty for various local conferences. She graduated from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit in 2005 and is a member of AILA chapters in Washington and Michigan. Ms. Hofman volunteers with and provides pro bono services to multiple local nonprofit organizations and is the current co-chair of the Washington Pro Bono committee. She has recently become a working mom.

Todd Irwin practices business and family immigration law from offices in Greenwood Village, CO. He is the current chair of AILA's Young Lawyers Division Steering Committee, and in this capacity a member of the AILA Board of Governors. He has been a member of the Nebraska Service Center Liaison Committee since June 2004 and has written articles for The Colorado Lawyer, the AILA NY Chapter 2002 Conference handbook and the AILA Dispatch. Irwin has served as a Planning Committee member and faculty member for AILA conferences and teleconferences, including the April 2004 "Fundamentals of Immigration Law Practice" held in Los Angeles, and the 2005 Annual Conference in Salt Lake City. He graduated Order of St. Ives from the University of Denver, College of Law in May 2001.

Nikki Mehrpoo Jacobson is the founding partner of Jacobson & Han LLP in Los Angeles, an internationally recognized immigration law firm. She has extensive experience in immigration law, including employment– and family-based immigration and deportation/removal defense. She has successfully litigated immigration matters in Immigration Court and the U.S. Courts of Appeals. Ms. Jacobson has been named a Southern California "Super Lawyer Rising Star" by Los Angeles Magazine in the area of Immigration Law. Ms. Jacobson has also been recognized by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa for her advocacy and dedication to immigration law. Ms. Jacobson is an AILA member, for which she has been a speaker, publication editor, and liaison with several government agencies. She is also an associate professor of law and teaches immigration law at West Los Angeles College. In addition, Ms. Jacobson is a business/marketing consultant for sole practitioners and small firms.

Reid F. Trautz is the director of the AILA Practice and Professionalism Center, where he provides ethics guidance and management consulting services to AILA members. Mr. Trautz is a nationally recognized consultant, author, and presenter on practice issues, including business process improvement, law practice technology, attorney-client communications, marketing, and ethics. Prior to his focus on the business of practicing law, Mr. Trautz was a partner in a five-lawyer firm in Virginia. In 2008, he was inducted as a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management. Contact: or (202) 507-7647.

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