|Release Date: 06/29/2021|
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AILA’s Immigration Law Practice & Procedure Manual: A “Cookbook” of Essential Practice Materials, by Ari Sauer and Greg Siskind, provides the reader with thorough, how-to guidance on preparing and filing many of the more common immigration applications and petitions. Each chapter contains all the resources most attorneys will need to prepare a specific type of immigration case, making this resource a useful training tool for newer immigration lawyers, as well as a handy practice aid for more seasoned practitioners.
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The first edition covers the following topics:
- B Visas
- E Visas
- H-1B Visas
- L Visas
- O Visas
- R Visas
- Family-Based Immigration
- K Visas
- PERM Process
- Alternatives to PERM
- Consular Processing
- Post-LPR Issues
- Overview of the subject matter
- Workflows that cover the entire petition process
- Eligibility Assessment Screening Checklists
- Sample Intake Forms
- Sample Document Checklists
- Packet Preparation Checklists
- Sample Cover Letters
- Sample Documents
- Tips for Filling Out Relevant Forms, with Form Samples
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Ari Sauer represents corporate and individual clients in all areas of U.S. immigration law with the Siskind Susser Law Firm, in Memphis, TN. Mr. Sauer is a former Elected Director of the Board of Governors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He has previously served as Chapter Chair of the AILA Mid-South Chapter, which includes the states of Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky, and Louisiana. He regularly speaks about immigration law for AILA and the Federal Bar Association and has contributed a number of articles on immigration publications.
Greg Siskind is a co-founder of Siskind Susser, a Memphis-based immigration law firm with clients throughout America. He is a member of the board of governors of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and Vice Chair of the International Bar Association’s Immigration and Nationality Law Committee. He has previously written six books on various immigration law topics as well as the ABA’s Lawyers’ Guide to Marketing on the Internet, now in its 4th edition. In 1994, he created the first immigration law web site and in 1998 he created the world’s first law blog. Today, he’s creating artificial intelligence-based web applications for immigration lawyers. In 2020, he was awarded the Advocacy Award by the American Immigration Lawyers Association.