25 of the Most Important Facts That Attorneys, Law Students, and Partners Need to Know About Law Firm Politics
The 2021 State of the Legal Market Report
How to Hire a Lawyer: Questions to Ask When Interviewing Attorney Candidates
Location Texas - Austin
Job ID 045J199336
Austin office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks senior business immigration attorney with 5+ years of experience working on a range of employment-based immigration matters including developing immigration strategies, programs, and processes for corporate employers to manage their foreign national workforce. The candidate will be conducting in-depth research and staying abreast of changes in the law and practice and drafting client updates on any important developments. Will be reviewing casework and developing a clear case strategy at the outset. Assessing eligibility of corporate foreign national employees for non-immigrant and immigrant visa status in the United States, including, but not limited to E-1/2/3, H-1B, L-1, O-1, TN, PERM labor certifications, I-140 immigrant petitions, and I-485 adjustment of status applications. Drafting responses to requests for evidence. Partnering with colleagues to resolve client issues, share information, and support client projects. Communicating regularly with clients regarding procedural, case processing issues, and case strategy; and supervising the work of paralegal staff in the case and document preparation.
The candidate must have strong academic credentials and references as well as strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to effectively manage internal and external client relationships.
This firm has provided high-value legal services to company and industry leaders as well as public and non-profit organizations for decades. The firm has an international presence, with practice areas including corporate and commercial litigation, intellectual property, and general regulatory advice. The firm's commitment to advancing diversity and inclusivity within the firm and communities guides its recruitment strategy and policy, as evidenced in its diversified workforce and equal opportunities it offers to all employees. The firm has actively supported LGBTQ communities, lawyers with disabilities, and lawyers of color through various resource groups. The firm employs brilliant entry-level and lateral staff and provides professional development training and mentorship programs, with a highly competitive pay package and other bonuses.
Your information will not be forwarded to any employers at this time. A recruiter will contact you with more information once our internal review of your resume is completed.
Similar Job Posts
Austin office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a business immigration associate attorney with 5+ years of experience working on a range of employment-based immigration matters including developing immigration strategies, programs, and processes for corporate employers to manage their foreign national workforce. The candidate will ....
Handled by: Houston
10777 Westheimer, Suite 1100Houston,Texas 77042
Phone (713) 270-1199
Submit Your Resume for Review
Register for Unlimited Access to BCG
Sign-up to receive the latest articles and alerts
Already a subscriber? Sign in here.