Job Description

We are looking for a vibrant dynamic person to fill the full-time position of Paralegal who will be able to
join our team assisting the attorneys in the preparation and submission of petitions and related tasks

•Drafting professional and accurate applications to be presented to US Embassies and United States Citizenship and Immigration Service on behalf of clients.
•Managing a caseload with differing and variable deadlines.
•Identifying legal and practical issues associated with each case and the appropriate action to be taken at each stage, bearing in mind proposed timelines.
•Correspond in a professional manner with a range of clients and be able to manage client expectations by discussing matters on the phone and via email.
•Manage the entirety of cases as well as ‘ad hoc’ duties for any given matter.
•Write legally accurate letters summarizing complex legal principles in a clear manner.
•Create and update legal precedents for the firm including immigration questionnaires, general informative letters, and template support letters.
•Law office administration including PA tasks for Founding Partner.
•Communicate between the legal team and client teams.
•Obtaining documentation from clients and meeting with them as necessary.
•Managing client documentation, ensuring that everything requested was provided.
•Filling out various types of visa application forms.
•Preparing exhibits, petitions and application packages for submission.
•Dealing with application filing fees and scheduling visa interviews.
•Managing and updating documents in our immigration case management system.
•Coordination with outsourced suppliers and expense tracking.
•Helping with business development events (seminars, conferences)
•Updating social media platforms and website.
•Occasional “light” translations (Heb to Eng).


•Bachelor’s degree in law or business administration.
•Minimum of 2-3 years of experience in a law firm.
•Prior experience in immigration is a major advantage.
•Native-level English speaker – must.
•Hebrew fluency (speaking and reading are most important).
•Highly detail oriented.
•Ability to work independently.
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
•The ability to relate and communicate to clients and people at all levels.
•Faultless spelling and grammar.
•The ability to effectively prioritize and administer tasks as well as the flexibility to do occasional work outside of office hours.

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