SF Junior Immigration Paralegal
- 220 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA 94104, USA
Gibney attorneys share a common vision: a dedication to providing every client unparalleled personal attention, innovative solutions and practical and economical counsel. We value the contributions made by every attorney, paralegal and employee in advancing that goal. We are proud that we have remained trusted advisers to many of our clients for decades and that many of our attorneys and staff have spent their entire careers together at Gibney.
We are a team of passionate lawyers focused on collaboration and innovation. A testament to our culture, many of our attorneys, paralegals and staff have been with the firm for decades. A modern firm with traditional values, we set high standards for client service and have established a uniform level of quality that permeates the firm. We are ahead of the curve in our ability to design strategic solutions and programs for our clients, and all aspects of our legal and business operations are crafted with this goal in mind. With over 50 attorneys in New York and San Francisco, we look for attorneys and staff that share our vision.
At Gibney, we believe in a firm culture that promotes and appreciates diverse perspectives, backgrounds, and experiences. This philosophy not only creates a better work environment, but enhances the quality of work and results we deliver to our clients.
We have multiple openings for this role and are seeking paralegals with 1+ years of experience preparing a full range of business immigration petitions and applications for corporate clients. Must be a detail-oriented self-starter who has ability to handle multiple priorities and work well independently and as part of a team. Strong administrative, organizational, communication and writing skills are required.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assisting attorneys in document review and all aspects of case preparation
- Drafting petition support letters
- Maintaining correspondence with clients and collecting evidence and visa documentation from clients
- Conducting case audits
- Corresponding with government officials
- Maintaining client databases with respect to approval and validity dates of visa petitions
- Assisting with special projects, as necessary
This position requires a 4-year college degree and 1+ years of experience as a business immigration paralegal.
We offer a competitive compensation arrangement and a collegial work environment. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.