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Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney

Detroit area law firm is seeking an Associate Attorney for their global business and employment-based immigration services. Ideal candidate will have a JD and 2+ years of business immigration experience. Strong written and verbal communication is a must; must be well-organized, have attention to detail, and efficient client management skills. Please email resumes to detroitlawfirm@gmail.com.


Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Detroit area law firm is seeking an immigration paralegal for their global business and employment-based immigration services. Ideal candidate will have a Bachelor's degree and 2+ years of related experience. Must be detail-oriented, able to multi-task efficiently, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Please email resumes to detroitlawfirm@gmail.com


Help Wanted: Immigration Associate

Quarles & Brady, LLP, a 450-attorney, 8-office firm, is seeking a junior level immigration associate to join their growing, dynamic national immigration practice in their Milwaukee, Chicago, or Madison office. The ideal candidate will have 1+ years of experience, have a strong academic record paired with the skills, enthusiasm, and commitment to become a partner at this firm. The candidate should have experience with employment-based immigration work, including PERM applications, H-1Bs, and L-1s. Quarles & Brady, LLP, is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants should submit their cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and a writing sample online here: https://applyonline.quarles.com/virecruitselfapply/redefault.aspx


Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

New York, NY - Midtown NYC immigration law firm is seeking a paralegal with 2+ years of experience with full range of business applications: nonimmigrant (H, L, O, etc.) and immigrant (PERM, I-140, AOS, etc.). Experience with family based, naturalization, and other applications a plus. Ideal candidate will have BA degree, excellent writing, communication, and case management skills. Competitive compensation package offered. 4-day work week with potential for 5 days. Email resume and cover letter to mneedleman@levittandneedleman.com.

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal

Los Angeles, CA - Stone, Grzegorek, & Gonzalez, LLP is a dowtown Los Angeles immigration law firm of 20 immigration attorneys. The firm is seeking to hire a paralegal with substantial experience in business immigration matters to work in a collegial working environment that emphasizes training, excellence, and client service. The position involves working with attorneys and other staff in preparing case filings and assisting clients. Ideal candidate will have 5+ years of experience; candidates with more experience are preferred. The position requires extensive experience in PERM, attention to detail, excellent writing and oral communication skills, facility with case management software, and ability to work with colleagues in a law firm setting. To indicate interest, please send your resume and list of references to:
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