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Location : California - Oakland
Refer to Job # UNAU769580
Legal Assistant/Paralegal Candidate will be preparing and filing immigration application packages with various US agencies, coordinating with attorneys to strategize cases, liaising with clients, drafting forms and legal documents, and ultimately taking responsibility for making the immigration process as smooth and successful as possible for employer clients and their foreign national employees. Will be researching the rapidly changing immigration landscape, representing the firm at vendor conferences, and managing large projects with many moving pieces. Manage a full case load, perform meticulous data entry of immigration status documents and history, write letters in support of cases, keep a cool head under pressure, and take pride in filing robust cases.
Requirements: Bachelor's degree; Some experience (personal or professional) with legal work or the immigration system; Attention to detail (this cannot be overstated); Phenomenal organization skills; Excellent grammar and writing skills; A level of comfort working in a high-pressure environment; The ability to manage a full case load, prioritize and meet deadlines with minimal supervision; Experience communicating with clients in a polished and professional manner; Technological aptitude to learn and navigate legal software; and Willingness to take a deep dive into the minutiae of business immigration law practice. Prior experience working in employment-based immigration.
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