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ProfileParalegal Assistant - Immigration
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree OR (a) Associate of Arts degree and not less than one year of in-house training as a Paralegal Assistant or Paralegal Intern at the Firm, or (b) 1-5 years of law-related experience under the supervision of an attorney or Senior Paralegal, demonstrating a superior command of the skills necessary to be a Paralegal; AND, in addition to (a) or (b), (c) Completion of an educational program for Paralegals that has been approved by the ABA or offered by an accredited institution which is in substantial compliance with ABA guidelines for the approval of Paralegal programs. Strong knowledge in the following areas required: PERM labor certification process and recruitment; L-1 visa applications for individual and blanket applications; H-1B and Labor Condition Applications and compliance; and O-1 visa and EB-1 permanent residence applications. Experience in employment-based immigration preferred. Fluency in a foreign language beneficial. Law firm experience an asset.
Requisition ID: 1523
1850 N. Central Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85004-4584
Current Employee - Reviewed on September 09, 2017
Lawyers of this firm should begin expanding their services. If the firm growth increased in the later year their profits would greatly increase and more employees would be eager to work here.Pros : This local firm enjoys catering to their clients and is truly dedicated to making them happy. Employees feel a sense of closeness working with this firm and the environment is much like family. Employees feel very close to one another and management seems to carry a bond with employees as well.