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Associate Attorney

Job Description:

•    Represent clients in employment-based immigration cases including EB1A, EB1B, NIW, EB2, and EB3 PERM labor certification;
•    Represent clients in business-related immigration matters, including EB5 immigration cases, EB5 regional center designation applications, and EB1C;
•    Represent clients regarding work visa applications including H1B, L1, O1, E2, and other cases;
•    Draft petition letters and prepare supporting documentation for cases filing with Case Management Platform;
•    Prepare responses to USCIS Requests for Evidence, Motions to Reopen/Reconsider and other responsive legal documents;
•    Counsel and advise clients on appropriate courses of action regarding non-immigration matters or employment-base based and business-related immigration matters;
•    Perform research on immigration laws, regulations, and precedents by using computer-assisted legal research tools, such as Westlaw, LexisNexis, and etc.;
•    Participate in case evaluations and appointment schedules and participate in conferences or discussions with clients. 
Minimum Requirements:
•    JD degree from a U.S.-accredited law school;
•    State Bar admission with any State Bar license;
•    Proficiency with various technology platforms, including Microsoft Office, and case management systems;
•    Strong ability to communicate complex legal issues accurately to colleagues or clients;
•    Self-sufficient, strong problem-solving, and legal research skills.


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