AILA Immigration Law Practice and Procedure Handbook: A “Cookbook” of Essential Practice Material: Second Edition Shipping!

WASHINGTON DC – The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is proud to publish the 2nd edition of our Immigration Law Practice and Procedure Handbook: A “cookbook” of essential practice materials. Written by Ari Sauer and Greg Siskind, the cookbook provides the reader with detailed practical advice on preparing and filing many of the most common immigration applications and petitions. Immigration law is notoriously complex, so this resource is incredibly helpful; each chapter contains all the resources most lawyers will need to prepare a specific type of immigration case. It can serve as a valuable tool for new immigration lawyers, as well as a practical practice aid for more experienced practitioners.

The new two-volume edition updates and builds on the first edition which covers B visas, E visas, H-1B visas, L visas, O visas, R visas, family immigration, K visas, the PERM process, alternatives to PERM, EB-1C, consular processing, post-LPR issues, naturalization, DACA and TPS.

The new second edition also includes three new chapters covering TN visas, U nonimmigrant status, and VAWA self-petitions, as well as over 40 new guides, checklists, and samples.

Each chapter includes:

  • Topic Overview
  • Workflows that cover the entire petition process
  • Eligibility Assessment Checklists
  • Examples of admission forms
  • Sample Document Checklists
  • Packet Preparation Checklists
  • Examples of cover letters
  • Document examples
  • Tips for completing the relevant forms, with sample forms

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 22071139.

Jon J. Epps