About the job
Hobberman & Company is a leading provider of global recruitment and immigration services. We specialize in simplifying international payroll, benefits, compliance, and hiring services, offering a comprehensive solution for companies to hire and manage global talent. We provide a specialized attorney/recruitment manager to assist with hiring and visas for 20+ countries and counting. Our mission is to legalize and normalize immigration at budget cost, helping companies and individuals work across borders with ease.
An Immigration and Recruitment Legal Intern (Executive) is a professional who specializes in providing legal assistance and advice in matters related to immigration law. Their primary responsibility is to help individuals navigate the complex immigration process and ensure compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
- Case Management: Manage a caseload of immigration matters, including visa applications, work permits, permanent residency applications, citizenship applications, and deportation proceedings. Ensure that all case files are properly organized and documented.
- Client Consultation: Meet with clients to assess their immigration needs and provide legal advice and guidance. Gather relevant information and documentation to support the immigration application process. Explain immigration options, requirements, and potential outcomes to clients.
- Application Preparation: Prepare and review immigration forms, petitions, and supporting documents for accuracy and completeness. Conduct legal research to support applications and identify any potential issues or challenges that may arise. Work closely with clients to gather necessary information and evidence.
- Communication and Correspondence: Draft and submit legal letters, petitions, and correspondence to immigration authorities, government agencies, and other relevant parties. Maintain regular communication with clients to provide updates on their case status and address any concerns or questions they may have.
- Compliance and Documentation: Stay up-to-date with changes in immigration laws, policies, and procedures. Ensure compliance with all applicable immigration regulations and deadlines. Maintain detailed and accurate records of client interactions, case progress, and documentation.
- Representation: Represent clients in immigration proceedings, including hearings and appeals. Prepare clients for interviews and hearings, and advocate on their behalf before immigration authorities and administrative bodies.
- Collaboration: Collaborate with other legal professionals, including attorneys, paralegals, and support staff, to effectively manage cases and provide comprehensive legal services. Coordinate with external organizations, such as government agencies or non-profit organizations, when necessary.
- Professional Development: Stay informed about current trends and developments in immigration law through continuing education, seminars, workshops, and professional memberships. Enhance legal knowledge and skills to provide high-quality and up-to-date immigration services.
- 3/5 or 2/3 year course Law Student who is looking for long time commitment. Pre-placement offer available.
- Fresher with Bachelor’s degree in Law. [Immigration Law, or a related field (additional certifications or qualifications may be required depending on the jurisdiction)] is a plus
- Proven experience working in immigration law, either in a law firm, government agency, or corporate setting.
- In-depth knowledge of immigration laws, regulations, and procedures.
- Strong research, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication abilities.
- Ability to work independently and manage a caseload efficiently.
- Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy.
- Strong organizational and time management skills.
- Cultural sensitivity and the ability to work with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
- Proficiency in relevant software and technology used in immigration case management.
Note: The specific responsibilities and qualifications may vary depending on the jurisdiction, and level of experience.