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Joorney Business Plans at the 2023 AILA Annual Conference and Webcast on Immigration Law

Updated 26.03.24 2 minutes read
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We are thrilled to announce the highly anticipated 2023 AILA Annual Conference and Webcast on Immigration Law as bronze sponsors, taking place from June 21st to 24th at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. This four-day event promises to be the highlight of the year for immigration law professionals, providing a unique opportunity to enhance your skills, connect with fellow colleagues, and learn from the nation’s leading immigration law experts.

This year marks our 10th anniversary of providing exceptional business plan writing services for immigration purposes. Over the past decade, Joorney has emerged as an industry leader in the field of business plan writing. We have garnered the trust of over 1,000 immigration law firms who have partnered with us to deliver high-quality business plans. Our commitment to excellence has resulted in an impressive track record, with over 6,000 projects completed in 2022 alone.

As we celebrate our 10th anniversary 🎉, we remain committed to delivering exceptional business plan services tailored to each client’s unique situation. We understand that every business is different, and we leverage our expertise to create customized plans that align with our clients’ specific circumstances.

2023 AILA Annual Conference and Webcast on Immigration Law

calendar June 21st – 24th, 2023
arrow Orlando, Florida

At our booth, our team will be available to answer any questions you may have about our services and products. We invite you to stop by our booth and take advantage of this opportunity to connect with us.

In addition to our booth presence, we are excited to announce that we will host two sponsored sessions during the conference. These sessions will include the Alphabet Soup: Working Nonimmigrant Visas and Representing the Exceptional and the Extraordinary: EB-1 and NIW Cases.