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AILALinkAn entire immigration law library at your fingertips!
AILALink — New 12-month Subscription
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AILALink is an online research database created and maintained by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and designed specifically for legal professionals who need quick access to reliable and up-to-date immigration law information and guidance. AILALink provides fully searchable access to the resources essential for practicing immigration law.
For almost two decades, AILALink has been the go-to resource for immigration law research, providing its subscribers with access to immigration-related statutes, regulations, and important case law (select); agency correspondence and manuals, AILA/government liaison minutes, immigration forms, and a plethora of AILA publications. Now, AILALink offers an even better website with a new look, increased functionality, and access to a significantly expanded database of case law and administrative decisions!
With the new and improved AILALink, you get:
- User-friendly navigation and tablet friendliness
- Easy bookmarking and notation features to keep your research organized
- NEW! A client folder system for saving documents and searches to a specific client
- EXCLUSIVE! Fastcase Premium, offering searchable access to decisions from:
- Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA)
- Administrative Appeals Office (AAO)
- Administrative Review Board (ARB)
- Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)
- Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO)
- Board of Immigration Appeals
- All state courts and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court
- A no-contract subscription model with a 30-day money-back guarantee on ALL subscriptions (cost is prorated after 30 days with a $50 administrative fee)
- NEW! 3-, 6-, and 12-month options to offer you the flexibility you need throughout the year
- NEW! IP recognition for academic law libraries
With just a few clicks on a computer or a few swipes on a tablet, AILALink subscribers can:
- Search through more than $3,900 of AILA publications, including Kurzban's Immigration Law Sourcebook, Business Immigration: Law & Practice, Immigration Consequences of Criminal Activity, Litigating Immigration Cases in Federal Court, Representing Clients in Immigration Court, AILA's Occupational Guidebook Series, The Waivers Book, and many more.
- Search the Immigration and Nationality Act and the immigration regulations.
- Search immigration-related public laws, the Federal Register, and agency directives (liaison minutes, memos, letters, cables).
- Search the Foreign Affairs Manual, the USCIS Adjudicator's Field Manual, and other government manuals.
- Complete any one of more than 280 immigration forms and save them to your computer (offered as fillable .PDF forms).
- Search the entire database at once or choose to confine your search to specific categories or a specific resource.
- Save the results of a search so you can return to it later.
- Create notes and bookmarks and save them to folders that you create for case research.
View a sneak peek of the new AILALink.
Gain quick access to the immigration law resources you need-subscribe to AILALink!
"Perhaps the most beneficial aspect of AILALink-and the one that allows me to impress my clients by quoting regulations on the fly during consultations-is the search function. Without having any idea where to start your research, you can simply input a key word or phrase and discover exactly where it appears in every primary and secondary source."
—Danielle Rizzo, Law Offices of James D. Eiss
"I walk around all day carrying a copy of Kurzban's, the INA, and 8 CFR, just to make sure I can answer any question my clients and colleagues throw at me. How do I lug these heavy books around all day, you ask? I have a subscription to AILALink, which gives me instant access to the government resources, as well as all major AILA publications. As long as I have Internet access, I can find the answer to my questions."
—Ari Sauer, Siskind, Susser, PC
"[Y]ou severely handicap yourself if you don't have AILALink, which includes the statutes and regs, Kurzban's, CBP Inspector's Field Manual, USCIS Adjudicator's Field Manual, and a ton of other stuff that comes in handy. Together with the updates and document postings on InfoNet ..., it could be argued that [AILALink]'s all you need 90% of the time."
—Jeffrey Zimskind, Stevens & Lee
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