About the Role
-Perform a range of case related duties, including drafting email correspondence, letters, and documentation to clients, government agencies, and colleagues
-Assist with drafting and filing applications and petitions with government agencies
-Compile and summarize large quantities of data for clients, managers, and reporting needs
-Learn about the various types of immigration matters Gather and maintain confidential client contact information in our proprietary case management system
-Provide status updates to clients and senior-level team members
-Request, collect and file documents in proper order
-Be responsible for accurately updating our case management system with client data
-Build knowledge of the firm, immigration case types, and client processes
-Depend on others for instruction, guidance, and direction
-Meet assigned deadlines and communicate case progress/status/issues to the supervisor
-Demonstrate flexibility and initiative regarding assignments for self and team
Bachelor’s degree at least and LLM is a plus
A client service mindset, attention to detail, and desire to achieve a high level of productivity
Experience using various computer systems, including Microsoft Excel Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment with competing demands
The ability to prioritize, meet deadlines and escalate case issues to supervisor Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Desire to contribute to the positive work environment, effectively collaborate and promote teamwork
About the Company
Blumsack & Canzano, P.C. has been established since 1971. The job position is open at the Boston office located in the Back Bay area. We are a general practice law firm, but most cases may involve immigration and civil litigation.
Please submit your resume along with a cover letter to our HR email at email@example.com.
Read the job announcement carefully. Your application will be considered "incomplete" if you fail to provide all required documentation or fail to complete any required questionnaires. We will not give you an opportunity to provide the missing information once you've submitted your application; instead, your "incomplete" application will be rejected.