Comment: Jobs in NY and FL

Law firms are hiring attorneys and paralegals. See below help wanted ads for New York and Florida.

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Focus: ILW.COM is pleased to announce The PERM Book 2017-18 edition. Coming soon
Editor: Joel Stewart; Contributors: Michael H. Boshnaick, Attilio Costabel, Pamela Genise, Daniel Larson, Cyrus Mehta, Sheela Murthy, Dilip Patel, Michael E. Piston, Rabindra K. Singh, Pradeek Susheelan, David Ware, Nathan Waxman, Mitchell Wexler and Sophie Zneimer.

Book includes: Chapter 1: All About the Law, Chapter 2: Parties to PERM, Chapter 3: Legal Requirements, Chapter 4: Anomalies: Special Handling or Processing, Chapter 5: Educational Degrees as Requirements, Chapter 6: Job Offers, Chapter 7: Prevailing Wage Requests, Chapter 8: All About Recruitment, Chapter 9: Consideration of Job Applicants, Chapter 10: All About Filin, Chapter 11: Post Filing Issues, Chapter 12: Approvals: Expiration, Validity, Portability & Duplicates, Chapter 13: Denials, Chapter 14: Request for Reconsideration, Chapter 15: Introduction to BALCA, Chapter 16: How to Request Review at BALCA, Chapter 17: Consideration by BALC, Chapter 18: BALCA Can Remand, Chapter 19: Disciplinary Measures, Chapter 20: DOL Organization and Updates, Acknowledgements, The PERM Book Online Library

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Help Wanted: Junior Associate Attorney
Melville, NY – Small growing law firm (20 years) in Melville, NY seeks to hire a full-time Junior Associate Attorney. We are considering applications from attorneys recently admitted to bar or with less than one year experience. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and writing sample. Only resumes emailed to admin@lawpg.com will be considered. Do not contact the firm directly. Duties: Compile and file routine and complex immigration applications and petitions under senior attorney supervision (H-1B, L-1, O, PERM, family-based processes, etc.), Compose letters to clients, Draft legal memoranda and articles, Support clients in immigration program management and compliance, Attend client interviews, participate in and conduct meetings with clients, Other relevant duties as may be assigned The ideal Associate will have the following: JD required, Member of State Bar Association (NY or NJ preferred), Some business immigration experience preferred, Spanish language fluency required, Fast-learner, strong analytical and problem-solving skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrated attention to detail, Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment with competing demands when required, Must be comfortable working in a small firm environment, Must be residing within driving distance of Melville, NY. Please send resume to admin@lawpg.com. Only resumes emailed to admin@lawpg.com will be considered. Do not contact the firm directly.

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Florida - A Florida based Regional Center having done several EB5 projects is seeking to team up with an experienced Immigration Attorney for I-526,I-829, I-924, I-924A filings. The Immigration Attorney must have filed successful 526 and 829 cases, should have prompt availability and be ready to travel internationally at a short notice. Boutique law firms and individuals working with larger firms willing to branch out on their own are ok. Interested attorneys please write to: flrc2017@outlook.com

Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Miami, FL – We are seeking an immigration attorney (Bilingual) with minimum 4 years' experience in Immigration & Deportation. Essential duties include: Attending court hearings; Handling client intake interviews; Traveling within the U.S. and abroad; Legal research, attending, preparing and filing appeals at USCIS and EOIR; Completing applications with USCIS; Answering client related phone calls, keep notes, update calendar for court, prepare briefs and appeals and all other daily activities within an Immigration Law Firm; Experience with Employment Based Visas a PLUS! Minimum work hours are Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. and/or early court hearings, occasional weekends when necessary. Paid Vacations, Legal Holidays. Salary depending on work experience. Please send resume to officemanager@gelfmanassociates.com.

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