Immigration Attorney
Posted on 3/28/2024
INACTIVE
The Matian Firm

201-500 employees

Premier law firm specializing in criminal defense and immigration
Company Overview
The Matian Firm, APC, is a distinguished law firm with a strong commitment to client advocacy and superior legal service, demonstrated by its broad range of expertise in areas such as criminal defense, immigration, and personal injury. The firm's collaborative culture fosters a dynamic environment where attorneys share ideas and work collectively, resulting in a track record of outstanding work recognized by numerous industry awards. With a robust support staff ensuring client concerns are promptly addressed, The Matian Firm stands out for its dedication to customer service and its unwavering commitment to protecting clients' rights.
Legal

Company Stage

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Total Funding

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Founded

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Headquarters

Los Angeles, California

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

22%

1 year growth

58%

2 year growth

69%
Locations
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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CategoriesNew
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Legal & Compliance
Requirements
  • At least 1 to 4 years of Immigration Law Experience
  • Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred, but not required
  • Experience with Family-Based Petitions, Humanitarian, EOIR, Legal Writing, Detained, Citizenship, and other USCIS applications
  • Experience with Case Management Software is preferred
Responsibilities
  • Explain immigration concepts and present strategic solutions
  • Represent non-detained and detained individuals in removal proceedings the Immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals
  • Manage workload of cases
  • Visit and conduct an intake with detained individuals at centers
  • Prepare diverse immigration applications, including removal defense and family-based immigration petitions
  • Review immigration applications/packets and make any necessary adjustments
  • Present to and work with law enforcement, prosecutorial offices, and community-based organizations on changes in immigration law
  • Meet with potential clients for strategic immigration consultations and determine necessary strategy
  • Develop strategy and prepare clients/witnesses for court/USCIS testimony
  • Provide legal analysis for clients to determine any possible case benefits
  • Prepare and submitting legal briefs for a variety of immigration cases