Hudson is a rapidly growing professional service corporation with offices nationwide. We are searching for an immigration attorney to be trained in employment-based immigration, including the I-140 stage, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker. You will be responsible for managing a high-volume workload of I-140 cases.
This position is an excellent opportunity for new graduates to receive training and exposure to the field of federal law and work on cases related to the advancement of the interests of the United States. We encourage long term commitment and ideal applicants should be able to work 40 hours every week.
- Main responsibility: draft detailed motions, letters, responses to requests for evidence/notices of intent to deny.
- Provide legal analysis for clients to determine any possible case benefits.
- Manage various projects and deadlines.
- Communicate effectively with clients.
- Research unique legal issues by identifying applicable statutes and judicial decisions.
- Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect immigration.
- Develop solutions to complex legal questions.
- JD degree from ABA accredited school
- Solid writing and verbal communication skills
- Must be organized and detail oriented
- Ability to effectively multitask
- Active Bar license (in a good standing)
- Active in bar association(s)
Internship or work experience in a variety of employment-based immigration law matters.
Compensation and Benefits:
The total compensation for this position ranges from $55,000 - $80,000 (base salary plus annual bonus). We also provide excellent benefits. Our comprehensive benefit plan includes: short term and long term disability insurance, 6-8 weeks of paid maternity leave through disability insurance plan, health, dental and vision insurance, optional 401 (K), gym membership, paid time off and paid holidays.
Please submit your resume along with a cover letter to this post or our website.
Hudson is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action firm, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class.