ABIL is a corporation with over 40 top-rated immigration law firms and 1,500+ professionals.
Since 2000, we have joined forces to continually up-level our clients’ experience.
ABIL attorneys are 9x more likely than others to be highly ranked by peers*
More of the world’s Thought Leaders in Corporate Immigration than any other entity
With unmatched influence, our members lead the field, from congressional advocacy or AILA officer roles, to crucial litigation to teaching and authorship of the premier publications.
A single point of contact for corporate clients’ seamless immigration processes, with staff located in 22 countries.
Renowned immigration lawyers in over 40 U.S. cities, 3x more locations than any other firm or company.
ADVANTAGES OF ABIL FIRMS’ CLIENTS
CONSISTENT SERVICE LEVEL STANDARDS.
ABIL has unsurpassed Service Level Standards globally, both in attorney vetting and service delivery, with reliable metrics for quality, timeliness, responsiveness and other core service standards.
BENCHMARKING FOR CORPORATE CLIENTS
Our internal listserv keeps all ABIL members in daily contact, so that we can gather up-to-the-hour information from members with specialized expertise, confirming industry practices and agency reactions that are not always published.
We share information on important immigration legislation, and often work together to advocate for essential reform of business immigration policies.
We conduct joint training sessions for each other’s firms, pooling our legal and administrative resources. We also provide expert opinions or testimony to federal officials, commentary for journalists and insightful resources for employers and international talent. See the ABIL Immigration Blog Aggregator.
Wherever it is needed across the globe, an ABIL member or affiliate can provide a local in-person consultation or accompany an employee to an immigration interview or hearing.
* Sources: Best Lawyers/US News, Chambers Guide to Leading Lawyers, HR Executive Magazine, International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers. Based on over 18,000 members of immigration attorney associations including AILA and the IBA Immigration Section