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I am a great lawyer. However, I am a better rainmaker. I love dealing with clients directly rather than writing briefs. I prefer to talk to businesses rather than to USCIS or the NVC.
So, here is where you come in.
I will hire an Associate who loves, breathes, and eats Immigration Law. I will hire someone who was born to be an immigration lawyer. I have built a great team, and I will only hire someone who is also great.
You will represent our clients to the best of your abilities, in and out of the courtroom. You will write legal briefs worthy of publication. You will work with my star paralegal on packages for family and employment petitions.
You will show up to Court as a member of The Immigration Force PLLC, and you will shine. The Court hearing will end, and despite the result, your client will feel that you had her back at every step of the way.
You are not good at consultations? No worries. I have enough personality to cover that area. I do not need another social butterfly. I prefer a book worm who enjoys research, writing, and Court work.
I do not have time to train you. You are expected to know enough immigration law to hit the ground running when hired.
You will be paid a monthly salary of $6,000. As the office expands its clientele, you will be better compensated as well. There are no billable hours to push since all our contracts are flat-fee. However, you will record your hours for quality assurance purposes. At the end of each day, you will send me a quick email telling me what you worked on, what issues (if any) you had, and any questions you have for me.
We offer great benefits and a collegial environment. It would be an asset if you spoke Spanish, but it is not a deal-breaker.
Email your résumé and a writing sample with the subject: JOB OPENING.
If you seem like a good fit, we will contact you to schedule a phone interview. Then, if you move forward in the hiring process, you will be required to take a DiSC assessment. The third and last step in the hiring process is a mock hearing to see how comfortable you are litigating in Court.