Raymond G. Lahoud Appointed to American Immigration Lawyers Association Committees

Posted on June 22nd, 2022

The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A. is pleased to announce that Raymond G. Lahoud, chair of the firm’s Immigration Practice Group, has been appointed to serve on the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (AILA) Bylaws Committee and the Document and Verification Liaison Committee for the 2022-2023 term.

The AILA’s Bylaws Committee is responsible for reviewing bylaws and policy issues, including bylaw interpretation and those submitted by chapter, which arise throughout the year. The committee also assists with drafting new bylaws and policy language.

The organization’s Verification & Documentation Liaison Committee works with DHS and DOJ components on issues involving employment verification, I-9 documentation requirements, ICE enforcement efforts, OCAHO, and more. The committee also regularly meets with ICE Homeland Security Investigations and the DOJ Immigration and Employee Rights Section.

About Ray Lahoud

Lahoud, a member of Norris McLaughlin, has a global practice focused on corporate and employment immigration issues as well as immigration litigation. He regularly works with individuals, families, small to large domestic and multinational businesses and corporations, employers, international employees, investors, students, professors, researchers, skilled professionals, athletes, and entertainers, in every type of immigration or deportation defense matter.

About the American Immigration Lawyers Association Founded in 1946, the AILA is the national association of more than 16,000 attorneys and law professors who practice and teach immigration law. Members represent U.S. families seeking permanent residence for close family members, U.S. businesses seeking talent from the global marketplace, as well as foreign students, entertainers, athletes, and asylum seekers. The AILA is a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization providing continuing legal education, information, professional services, and expertise through its 39 chapters and more than 50 national committees.

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