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Visa Business Plans Sponsored the 2021 AILA Conference

Visa Business Plans Sponsored the 2021 AILA Conference

This past June, Visa Business Plans was a proud sponsor of the 2021 AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) Annual Conference on Immigration Law.

Visa Business Plans sponsored the four-day conference’s Business Track and hosted several informative presentations geared toward immigration attorneys. Held from June 9th to June 12th, the event took place virtually and provided a variety of resources to the immigration law community.

Visa Business Plans’ contributions to the 2021 conference focused on common stumbling blocks for immigration lawyers and the solutions that Visa Business Plans provides. One of Visa Business Plans’ presentations shared how the firm assists attorneys and their clients with NIW petitions and RFEs, while a second gave insight into the process it uses when helping clients identify a business that is both profitable and visa-compliant.

A third presentation hosted by Visa Business Plans discussed the key elements of immigration business plans and how the firm uses this information to help attorneys secure visas for their clients.

The conference was an excellent opportunity for professionals in the immigration domain to gain valuable knowledge, troubleshoot typical problems, and meet new colleagues. Sharing vital information was even more critical this year, as many in the immigration field are working to accommodate changes brought on by the new administration and the pandemic.

By sponsoring the 2021 AILA Conference, Visa Business Plans participated in and stimulated the larger immigration law community, sharing its experience with newcomers to immigration law and making many mutually beneficial connections. Visa Business Plans looks forward to continuing to support the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the immigration community, as it has been doing since 2010.

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