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Location Florida - Coral Springs
Job ID APOV206270
Coral Springs office of our client seeks associate attorney with experience. The candidate will take ownership of a client's case - federal immigration proceedings and immigration affirmative applications. Will provide full immigration services: family immigration, employment immigration, deportation defense. Manage cases from start to finish, Conduct client meetings and recommend strategies. Delegate work to Paralegals and Legal Assistants and monitor their work. Make brilliant legal arguments and also pull up their sleeves and do forms and make copies if that needs to be done. Must be licensed to practice law in the United States. Should be in good standing with the Bar Association. Bi-Lingual Spanish a must; Portuguese a plus.
The candidate must have strong research and writing skills. Skills and experience are important and valued. Must be a Graduate from an accredited law school.
This Southern Florida firm offers excellence in the areas of naturalization, green cards, family-based immigration, employment-based visas, DACA renewals, work permits, student visas, removal, waivers, and more. In addition to the full suite of immigration services, attorneys here assist clients with family law matters. At this firm, many of the attorneys have gone through the immigration process themselves, and pride themselves on a culture of meticulousness, client-centrism, and inclusion.
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801 Brickell Avenue, Suite 900Miami,Florida 33131
Phone (305) 570-3575
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