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  • Jan 26 - Immigration Jobs in Seattle, New York, and More

    Comment: Immigration Jobs in Seattle, New York, and More
    The ideal time to start looking for a job is now. Small and large law firms are looking for immigration attorneys, paralegals and professionals.
    Today, Immigration Daily features job openings in Seattle, WA; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; and Bergen County and Northern NJ.

    Article: Is the Alleged Shortage of Cybersecurity Professionals Sufficient Reason to Grant a National Interest Waiver? By Joseph P. Whalen

    Blogging: THE BEST PROOF THAT THE H-1B IS NOT ABOUT TAKING JOBS. By Chris Musillo

    Blogging: Statistics Show Obama Administration is Arresting Immigrants at Unprecedented Levels. By Matthew Kolken

    Blogging: Sen. Sessions Blasts H-1B as Part of His Anti-Immigrant Agenda. By Roger Algase

    Bloggings By Greg Siskind: Immigrant of the Day: Jesse Baltazar - War Hero; It Can't Not Happen; Rick Santorum Flirting With "Amnesty" Option?; Steve King - Your Weekend Entertainment.

    News: DOL Updates YTD Statistics on H1-B Temporary Specialty Occupations Labor Condition Program

    News: New York Immigration Court Closings

    News: OFLC FY 2015 Q1 Cumulative Disclosure Data

    Focus: PERM for Experts
    We are proud to announce the newest ILW.com seminar series, "PERM for Experts." The first session will take place this Thursday, January 29. The Discussion Leader is Michael Piston and other speakers for this series include Krista Carpenter, Jeff Devore, Steven Grogan, Nathan Waxman and others to be announced. The curriculum is as follows:

    FIRST Phone Session on January 29, 2015 - Setting up the ETA 9089 for anticipated EB-2 applicants

    • Establishing that the beneficiary has a "foreign equivalent" bachelor's degree;
    • Using experience gained with the same or a related employer to satisfy the 5 year experience requirement;
    • Establishing that an applicant without a foreign equivalent bachelor's degree is of "exceptional ability";
    • The Schedule A "exceptional ability" category;
    • Getting a Prevailing Wage that the employer can afford to pay.

    SECOND Phone Session on February 12, 2015 - Overcoming common recruitment problems

    • How to recruit for a job involving multiple unanticipated locations;
    • Avoiding the dreaded "death spiral" - fixing recruitment problem in mid-stream without losing expensive newspaper advertisements and other recruitment efforts;
    • How to counsel the employer on appropriately considering qualified and rejecting unqualified applicants;
    • The special problems presented by apparently non-U.S. workers;
    • The limits of the attorney's role in recruitment.

    THIRD Phone Session on March 5, 2015 - Post-Filing Issues: Audits, Supervised Recruitment, and Overcoming Denials

    • Overcoming the "familial relationship" audit:
    • Establishing the "business necessity" of controversial requirements;
    • Surviving supervised recruitment hell;
    • Overcoming denials with new evidence;
    • When to fight and when to flee from a labor certification denial.

    For additional information, including speaker biographies and to register, please see:
    Online: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201501.shtm
    Fax Form: http://www.ilw.com/seminars/201501.pdf

    Don't delay, act today. The registration deadline for the first session is Tuesday, January 28th at 11:59pm. Can't make one of the sessions? Don't worry, we will send you a recording of any session you have missed.

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    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    New York, NY. Yarden Law Group is looking for a business immigration paralegal with two or more years of experience with employment and investment visas, immigrant petitions, adjustment of status applications and naturalization. If interested, please send CV and cover letter by email to shavit@yardenlaw.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Northern New Jersey. International Law Firm with offices in NJ, NY, Indiana and Canada seeks Immigration Paralegals and Immigration Specialists for several new positions. Essential Duties and Responsibilities consist of preparation of a wide variety of business-based nonimmigrant petitions (H-1B, H-3, TN, E, J-1, L-1 and O-1). Assist with corporate clients with PERM application process. PERM process beginning to end a "must." Assist with applying for and obtaining work visas with U.S. consular offices abroad with focus on India and the Middle East. Work closely with clients' and their employees and families to provide comprehensive immigration service through the application process, including responses to applications, Requests for Evidence, interviews and compliance. Compile and maintain records of immigration forms, other documentation and records of activity on behalf of corporate clients' employees. Review immigration regulations and be able to apply them to various case scenarios. Perform research using all available immigration research tools including government agencies' websites. Education and/or Experience: Required: BA/BS with strong academic credentials; Proficient at Microsoft Office Applications and Adobe Acrobat; Writing sample must be submitted with resume; Minimum of 2 to 4 years of experience with the corporate business immigration process. Preferred: Paralegal Certificate and Gujarati and/or Hindi or other Foreign Language. Other Skills and Abilities: Strong oral and written communication skills; Excellent attention to detail and proofreading skills; Strong sense of good judgment; Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills; A self-starter who desires to show ownership and commitment to the job. We sponsor. Salary commensurate with experience. To apply, please send cover letter and salary requirements and resume to hr@visaserve.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Bergen County, NJ. International Law Firm with offices in NJ, NY, Indiana and Canada seeks Gujarati and Hindi Immigration Paralegals and Immigration Specialists for Complex Family-Based Immigration Law Practice in Bergen County, New Jersey. Essential Duties and Responsibilities consist of preparation of a wide variety of Family-Based Petitions, Waivers, Provisional Waivers, Reinstatements, Marriage Cases, 751s, DACA, Naturalization, etc. Assist clients with U.S. consular offices abroad with focus on India and the Middle East. Work closely with clients' and their family members to provide comprehensive family-based immigration law service through the application process, including responses to applications, Requests for Evidence, interviews, etc. Client intake, review immigration regulations and be able to apply same to various case scenarios. Perform research using all available immigration research tools including government agency websites. Education and/or Experience: Required: BA/BS with strong academic credentials preferred but not required; Proficient at Microsoft Office Applications and Adobe Acrobat; Writing sample must be submitted with resume; Minimum of 1 to 2 years of experience with the family-based immigration process. Preferred: Paralegal Certificate and Fluency in Hindi and Gujarati. Other Skills and Abilities: Strong oral and written communication skills; Excellent attention to detail and proofreading skills; Strong sense of good judgment; Well-developed analytical and problem solving skills; A self-starter who desires to show ownership and commitment to the job. Salary commensurate with experience. To apply, please send cover letter and salary requirements and resume to hr@visaserve.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Seattle, WA. Cowan Miller & Lederman, a premier boutique immigration law firm in Seattle, WA, is seeking a paralegal to join our team of eight attorneys and eight paralegals in downtown Seattle. We are looking for someone with a Bachelor's degree and at least three years of experience as an immigration paralegal. Business emphasis (H-1B, TN, L, E, NIW, PERM, I-140 and AOS experience) is strongly preferred. The candidate must be able to work in a collaborative environment, have a high level of attention to detail and provide excellent client service. We offer competitive pay and benefits. Cowan Miller & Lederman can be found at www.cmlseattle.com. To apply, please email your resume to info@cmlseattle.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    Philadelphia, PA. Green and Spiegel, a growing Philadelphia business immigration firm seeks a detail-oriented legal assistant to assist in the preparation of nonimmigrant visa petitions. Strong writing, critical thinking, and analytical skills needed for fast-paced environment. BA/BS required. Business immigration experience preferred and special consideration for candidates who have worked with H-1B visa processing in the past. Competitive salary and benefits. Please send resume and cover letter to info@gands-us.com.

    Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
    New York, NY, The Seltzer Firm, PLLC has an opening for an experienced Paralegal to handle a variety of immigration matters for physicians, small businesses, hospitals, universities, and research organizations. Bachelor's degree and experience preparing LCAs, H-1Bs, PERM, I-140s, adjustments of status, and IV consular processing required; experience with physician immigration and Special Handling PERM would be a great asset. Information about The Seltzer Firm can be found at www.theseltzerfirm.com. Email resume and a brief writing sample to hr@theseltzerfirm.com.

    Chinese EB-5 Marketing
    EB-5 Supermarket is one of the top Chinese media and marketing companies that specializes in the EB-5 immigrant investment market. It is a direct gateway between the U.S. EB-5 project developers, EB-5 Regional centers, EB-5 professionals, U.S. immigration attorneys, Chinese immigration agencies and Chinese investors in China. If you are planning to promote your EB-5 projects or services to China market, EB-5 Supermarket is the only one you need to talk with. We offer an one-stop marketing plan for doing business in China, including bilingual marketing collateral, online/offline national promotion, interpretation and coordination with your authorized Chinese immigration agencies, brokers and other services provider to promote your investment projects in China. Moreover, our top-notch marketing team as well as the strong network in China will bring you unbelievable value. Our special working process will condense all the advantages and deliver the highlights of your project in the most effective and efficient way! Please contact us contact our Chicago office at (630)701-6163 or Email: eb5supermarket@gmail.com Website: http://www.eb5supermarket.com/index.php/lianxiwomen.

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    Letters of the Week: Thuy Duong

    ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
    January 29, 2015, 1 - 2pm (Eastern), The President's Task Force on New Americans and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will hold the first of three listening sessions to discuss federal strategies to strengthen the civic integration of new Americans. During these listening sessions, Task Force members and USCIS officials will provide an overview of the Task Force on New Americans and seek your feedback on best practices or strategies for successfully integrating immigrants into local communities. The first session will focus on receiving communities. For more details see here.


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