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Job Title: Staff Attorney

Job Code: A3565

Pay Grade: 10

Department: Immigration

FLSA Status:  Exempt

Location: Corporate

Reports To: Program Director

 

Summary

The Immigration Counselor provides high quality legal assistance, advice and referral to low income immigrants and their families in the area of immigration and nationality law. Engages in public education, training and community outreach in order to promote immigrant newcomers full participation in American society. Essential Functions (these will pull into appraisal form) Advises and assists in the preparation and filing of immigration and naturalization related applications and petitions. Maintains client case files in accordance with case file management system.

Hartford Public Library is seeking a full time Lead Immigration Counselor. The Immigration Counselor provides high quality legal assistance, advice and referral to low income immigrants and their families in the area of immigration and nationality law. Engages in public education, training and community outreach in order to promote immigrant newcomers full participation in American society. Salary starting at $45,500 annual. Qualifications: Bilingual- Spanish preferred. Valid CT driver’s license.

The Immigration Attorney is responsible for providing the delivery of legal services to clients and will assist in the provision of services before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  The attorney will supervise the cases of Immigration Legal Advocate/Caseworkers and a Border Servant Corps Fellow, and will also maintain their own caseload.  The attorney will accompany clients to USCIS interviews and/or Immigration Court hearings as deemed appropriate. The Immigration Attorney reports directly to the Executive Director (“ED”).

 

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh was awarded with a two year grant from Catholic Legal Immigration Network, CLINIC Fellow Program, and is looking to hire a full time employee to work in the legal immigration program who has the competency to become a BIA Partial Accredited Representative in order to practice immigration law by assessing immigration needs of clients and determine eligibility.

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