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New ILPA website

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The Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA) have substantially re-vamped their website. It is a huge improvement on the old one.

The public-facing site is basically the same as the old one but looks better and more modern. A new facility for members of ILPA to log into a members area has been created, though, and this is the big change.

Inside the members area one is able to search through all the invaluable monthly members mailings dating back to 1999. The latest updates and documents are posted up as they arrive, so there is no longer any need to wait until the mailing flops onto the door mat to keep up to date. The members area also includes information on upcoming members-only events.

I feel compelled to point out that, as useful as I hope Free Movement is, it is woefully incomplete in comparison to the ILPA mailings.

Any immigration lawyer should really be a member. Click here for information about joining.

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