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Attorney

Company name

Jesus Reyes Law

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Years of Experience

Min 2 yrs required

Location

Miami, FL

Date Last Verified

Feb 22,2018

Posted on

Dec 28,2017
Practice Area
Immigration >> Immigration
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Attorney The candidate will handle cases from start to finish. Provide client consultation - Review paralegal work. Assist Supervising Attorney in all office/legal matters. Assist clients in filling out forms, collecting documents and organizing documents. Prepare petitions, motions, and briefs under attorney supervision. Must be licensed to practice law. Must have experience in arguing cases before EOIR. Must have experience in representing clients before USCIS/EOIR. Should possess 2+ years of immigration law experience. Must be experienced bilingual immigration attorney. Knowledge of INS Zoom is a plus. Should be familiar in preparing legal briefs, motions and petitions before EOIR, USCIS, ICE, CBP. Familiar with various forms of reliefs before EOIR including I-589, cancellation of Removal, Adjustment of Status. Should have some knowledge about the visas like H-1B, L-1, E-1-5O, TN, EB-5, PERMs, Certifications, EB1 Manager, O/R, Adjustments, Asylums, Appeals, and audits by the Department of Labor.

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Hiring Coordinator
Jesus Reyes Law
12150 SW 128th Court,
Suite 211 Segundo Piso
Miami, FL 33186

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