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3-4 yrs required
Sep 19, 2022
Jan 02, 2023
Jun 13, 2022
The candidate will assist attorneys with employment-based immigration cases. These include drafting, preparing, and filing of employment–based immigration applications, briefs and legal documents e.g. H-1B, L, E, TN, O, PERM, I-140, I-485 and other projects, to be filed with USCIS, CBP, and consular offices. Conduct legal research and gather relevant information from various governmental agencies and AILA site. Start and manage assigned cases with limited supervision. Review Visa Bulletin, Processing Time, Case Status, visa expiration dates and other timelines for clients. Communicate with clients as needed. Docket and maintain information on LawLogix. A Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate is required. Should have 3-4 years of relevant employment-based immigration law experience, particularly with the PERM process. Must be self-starter, strong writing skills, and the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment with competing demands. Deep understanding of employment-based immigration processes are needed. Proven analytical ability, highly professional demeanor and work ethic is required. Strong project management skills are essential. Must have strong research skills.
Hiring CoordinatorDorsey & Whitney LLP.50 South Sixth StreetSuite 1500Minneapolis, MN 55402
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