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Legal Assistant – Immigration

Company name

Gerstein & Baret, P.L.

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Legal Staff

Min Salary/Max Salary

USD 15/20


Fort Lauderdale, FL

Posted on

Feb 05,2018
Practice Area
Immigration >> Immigration
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Legal Assistant – Immigration The candidate will prepare forms on our professional software such as adjustment of status, renewals of work/travel permits and extension applications. Assemble documents for complex business and litigation cases. Write affidavits for immigration waiver cases. Take overflow phone calls from our receptionist. Create invoices for clients. Make inquiries online with government agencies to complain about cases that are proceeding too slowly. Responding to clients with case status updates. Scanning and assembly of evidence and application packages. Scanning and sorting our daily postal mail. Should preferably have prior experience as a legal assistant (particularly with immigration). Should be able to type 50+ words per minute and have proficiency with MS Word, MS Excel, and internet based software. Strong writing skills is required. .Native English speaker is desired Bilingual in any other language is a plus.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Gerstein & Baret, P.L.
3007 West Commercial Boulevard
Suite 105
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

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