Jackson & Hertogs LLP is one of San Francisco's oldest names in employment-based immigration law. Our office is located in San Francisco’s South Financial District (one block south of the Embarcadero BART station). We have an informal dress code and a relaxed working environment, with attorneys who combine problem-solving skills with a focus on client responsiveness.
We seek a new associate who will work with our partners in a multi-faceted role to work on a wide range of employment-based immigration work. The associate will prepare various nonimmigrant visa petitions for engineering and scientific professionals, along with immigrant visa petitions and PERM labor certifications. We focus on representing employers and their employees.
Be licensed to practice law in at least one US state.
Possess at least 2 years of experience in employment-based immigration law.
Have handled a wide range of employment- and family-based immigration petitions and applications.
Have experience maintaining daily correspondence with HR contacts, including the running of database reports to manage caseload.
Have advised clients on immigration matters in advance of preparing visa petitions.
Possess strong legal research and writing skills, with experience responding to RFEs.
Proficiency with the entire MS Office suite of software, along with immigration database/forms software.
Please include a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and references with complete contact information. Please submit your application via email or to Human Resources, Jackson & Hertogs LLP, 201 Mission Street, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94105. All applications will be treated confidentially.
About Jackson Hertogs LLP
Jackson & Hertogs provides cutting-edge legal advice and expert representation to corporations and individuals in various technology sectors, from telecommunications to social media to biotechnology. Our commitment to both technology and community has benefited our clients for over 50 years, and distinguishes our firm as a trend-setter in immigration practice.