In honor of International Women's Day this past Sunday, AILA posted this article on women in immigration law. Despite the great progress women have made in obtaining leadership roles and gaining power in the workforce, professional development continues to be a challenge to many. This insightful article outlines issues confronted by women in the workplace and identifies approaches that law firms can take to ensure that women will flourish within their organizations.


The title of Ruth’s presentation “Down the Rabbit Hole: An Introduction to Employment and Investment Based Immigration” covered the most popular employment work visas, maintenance of status, audits and investigations, and an update on the November 2014 Presidential Executive Order. Immigration law is expansive, complex and highly dynamic.