All Social Law Library members have a comprehensive immigration library available right at their fingertips. AILALink is an all-in-one database that gives users access to US statutes, regulations, government memos and guidance, administrative decisions, immigrations forms, and AILA publications – all of them keyword searchable and available remotely from anywhere. Search through multiple different types of documents at once, or narrow your search scope to specific content. For example, you could run find relevant material from the 1st Circuit, Board of Immigration Appeals decisions, and the Immigration and Nationality Act all with one quick search.
In addition to having all of the relevant primary law in one convenient place, AILALink includes a wealth of secondary resources as well. Users can run searches and print chapters from the latest editions of Kurzban’s Immigration Sourcebook, as well as treatises, journals, and guide-books spanning the topics of criminal, family, and business law and their intersection with immigration.