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Reach EB5 Agents in Taiwan. Speaking Opportunities Available.

ILW.COM cordially invites you to speak at our Taiwan EB5 Event.

When: September 25th, 2015, 10am to 3am

Where: W Hotel Taipei, 10 Zhongxiao E. Rd. Section 5, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110

This is excellent way of breaking into a Top Eight EB-5 market. Many Taiwanese EB-5 agents will be in attendance. We will be doing Speed Networking during the event so that you will get to meet with many agents. Extended deadline to sign up is August 25th. For more information, call 212-545-0818 or email

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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
New York, NY. Downtown NYC leading immigration law firm seeks attorney with 0-2 years' experience (i.e. asylum, cancellation, SIJ, VAWA, family based petitions, employment based petitions etc.). Candidate must be proficient at drafting motions, memos, and conducting research. Foreign language fluency (Spanish) is preferred not required. Candidates must be detail oriented, able to multi-task, and have strong analytical and organizational skills. Position available immediately. Salary based on experience and qualifications. Candidate must be admitted to the bar. Please send the resumes

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
Atlanta, GA. Ogletree Deakins' immigration practice group employs over 53 immigration attorneys and over 95 paraprofessionals. Our Atlanta office has multiple opportunities for business immigration paralegals to join the firm's expanding practice. We are fully committed to the importance of diversity within the legal profession, as well as all workplace environments and strongly encourage the interest of diverse candidates in the firm. Summary of Position: Duties will include the preparation and filing of a wide range of immigration petitions, including H-1Bs, L-1s, PERM and labor certification applications. Our paralegals also compile and analyze case facts, draft correspondence, maintain and organize client documentation and have direct contact with clients and visa beneficiaries. The Immigration Paralegal will also review complex legal documents, compile and analyze case facts, determine and calendar deadlines. Requirements: Paralegal certification / Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university. Expertise in Lexis, WestLaw, Live Note, Concordance, Case Map, Docketing, and Document Management Systems. Outstanding case management and organizational skills are required. We are not working with outside recruiters for this position. Equal Opportunity Employer. Contact: To apply for this position, please send your resume to with "Atlanta Immigration Paralegal" in the subject line.

Paralegal Services
Based in Oradell, NJ (NYC Metro Area), Faveo Paralegals provide cost-effective, per-case, flat-fee, immigration paralegal services to attorneys across the United States. Faveo Paralegals' clients include sole practitioners, mid and large size law firms, and legal departments of Fortune 500 Companies. Our paralegals previously worked for large international law firms and in-house departments of Fortune 500 Companies. References are available upon request. For a cost-effective, flat, per-case fee, Faveo Paralegals can fully, professionally and competently prepare for attorney's review wide range of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions including: H-1B, H-2B, H-3, L-1A/B, E-1/2, I-1, K-1/K-3, O-1, P-1, R-1, TN, U, PERM, I-140 Eb-1, Eb-2, Eb-3, Eb-5, NIW, I-601 Waivers, Responses to RFEs, & Family Petitions, Adjustment of Status Applications. Please visit us on the web at: Contact E-mail: Contact Tel: 201-256-3767 x 1. To view Faveo Paralegals video presentation on YouTube go to: Faveo Paralegals Presentation. Important Notice: Please note that we only provide services to attorneys licensed to practice law in the United States. Faveo Paralegals cannot provide paralegal services to general public.

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
September 10, 2015, 2 - 3:30pm (Eastern). U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will hold a virtual forum to discuss myE-Verify's new features and current resources that assist workers in protecting their identities and understanding their rights. USCIS will provide an overview of myE-Verify and its features, including its benefits and resources for workers, job seekers, advocacy groups and the general public. Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions. For more information and registration see here.

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