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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks business immigration attorney with 3-7 years of experience. The candidate will be responsible for legal oversight of non-immigrant and immigrant visas for Fortune 500 corporations, major academic and medical institutions, as well as professional athletes and performing artists. Will evaluate legal eligibility of corporate foreign national employees for visa status. Manage a portfolio of PERM applications at a programmatic level. Draft, review and process non-immigrant (H-1B, L-1, TN, E-3, J-1 and O-1) visa petitions and applications, as well PERM-based immigrant visa petitions, Alien of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher and NIW petitions, and complex RFE and DOL audit responses. Effectively manage client relationships and a team of paralegals for high-volume clients. Explain sophisticated immigration concepts and present strategic solutions for clients. Supervise case handlers in preparing packages, and effectively manage complex projects under tight deadlines. Must have an active status in a State Bar Association.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks business immigration attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will be assessing eligibility of corporate foreign national employees for non-immigrant and immigrant visa status in the United States. Will be working with client global mobility personnel and the office of general counsel to prepare petitions and applications for submission to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Department of Labor (DOL) for non-immigrant and immigrant status for foreign national employees. Supporting clients in immigration program management and compliance. Supervising the work of paralegal staff in record keeping and document preparation. Should be a Member of State Bar Association. PERM and H1-B experience is a plus.
The Washington D.C. office is small but high-powered. The attorneys who work there have high praise for the culture of cooperation fostered by the partners and for the cooperation between offices. Pay and benefits are competitive.