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Washington, DC - The law office of Lichtman & Elliot, PC is seeking an immigration litigation attorney with superb research and legal writing skills to prepare briefs and pleadings for immigration court, BIA, and related federal court proceedings. An ideal candidate must have 2+ years of experience in immigration litigation, as immigration law clerk or litigator. This position will work closely with experienced immigration litigators. Salary commensurate with experience. To apply, please send letter, resume and writing sample to

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
New York, NY - Klasko, Rulon, Stock & Seltzer, LLP is seeking an immigration paralegal with 1+ years of experience to handle a variety of employment based immigration matters for hospitals, universities, research organizations and corporations from its New York City office. You will work with attorneys, have contact with scientists, managers, and other professionals to determine their skills and background, draft documents to establish their eligibility for immigration benefits, and help guide them through the immigration process. Responsibilities also include preparing applications to be submitted to various local municipalities and US federal agencies, and basic administrative duties. The ideal candidate must possess a good writing skills, be able to understand complicated rules and procedures, be interested in international/intercultural issues, have a Bachelor's degree with excellent academic credentials. Please email your resume and a brief writing sample to:

Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegals
Reston, VA - Goel & Anderson is seeking experienced Business Immigration Paralegals. Immigration Paralegals at Goel & Anderson work on challenging assignments and benefit from rewarding and stable career opportunities. Candidates must have 3+ years of business immigration experience (NIV and IV) and be able to work in a high-volume case-processing environment. Extensive prior experience with H-1B, L-1A/B, TN, PERM, I-140 (EB1/2/3), and/or I-485 is essential to this position. All positions involve daily client contact and applicants should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, outstanding organizational and time management skills, and be able to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. A four-year undergraduate degree is required. Goel & Anderson offers highly competitive salaries, outstanding benefits (including fully paid PPO Health/Dental/Vision, generous 401(k) match, paid vacation & sick leave, and continuing education/training allowance), and opportunities for sustained career growth. Salaries of Immigration Paralegals at Goel & Anderson range from $51,500 to $110,000 per year, depending on experience and other job-related factors. Qualified candidates are invited to apply with resume and cover letter to . All submissions will be kept strictly confidential. No phone calls please

Help Wanted: Immigration Professional
Dallas, TX - Busy Immigration Practice is seeking an administrative assistant with strong MS Office, marketing support and secretary skills. Immigration Experience preferred. Please send resume with salary requirement and references to Principals only. EOE

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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event
Washington, D.C. - July 31, 2012 - 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. (EST) - New American Economy, Governance Studies and the Metropolitan Policy Program at Brookings Institution is pleased to invite all interested individuals to participate in a forum "The Immigrant Workforce and the Future of U.S. Immigration Policy ". A panel of experts will evaluate the role immigrant workers currently play in the U.S. labor force, where they are projected to be needed in the near-term, and what should be done to meet U.S. business and workers' needs. To RSVP please visit

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