January-February 2013

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RESEARCH & INFORMATION How to Login AILA Members will need to login to access all the member-only features on InfoNet. User ID = Member Number For non-members your User ID is your email address Password = First time users use their Firstname with the first letter capitalized. If you have logged in before the password is something you chose. Enter your information and click the yellow ���Sign In��� button AILA���S WEBSITE IS MORE THAN JUST A WEBSITE, IT���S YOUR NUMBER ONE MEMBER BENEFIT! by Andrea Chempinski I nfoNet is the name of AILA���s website and research database, and is your window to the latest news and information impacting your immigration practice. And it���s FREE to all members! As a member, you have access to all the documents on InfoNet, currently more than 24,000 of them! The majority of the documents comprises primary-source material and includes: ��� Agency materials (memos, cables, letters, guidance, press releases, FAQs, Q&As, meeting minutes, reports, and studies) from DHS, USCIS, DOS, DOJ, EOIR, and more. ��� Select cases and decisions (U.S. Supreme Court, 12 V OICE If you cannot remember your User NEED ID or password click the ���Forgot HELP NAVIGATING INFONET? Password��� link under the login boxes This presentation explains it all in detail. If you are having of appeals, BALCA, AAO, trouble logging in federal circuit courts���Login Assistance��� click the link for BIA). ��� Federal Register notices and text of specific legislation (enacted and proposed, both federal and state). In addition, InfoNet contains numerous practice tips, guidance, analysis, summaries, and announcements. But don���t feel overwhelmed by trying to locate a document. InfoNet uses a powerful Google search to help you easily find what you���re looking for. Use the Advanced Search to filter your results to a specific database, a date range, a document type, or even search within a Featured Topic���everything from AC21 to the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. You can find direct links to myriad resources on advocacy, liaison, conferences, publications, the career center, even information about AILA chapters. Sign up for e-mail notifications of new postings and have them delivered to your inbox by setting up Recent Postings Alerts. Filter your content by time of day, type of document, and topic.

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