Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC (Anchorage, Alaska)
Location: Anchorage, Alaska
Type: Full Time
Salary commensurate with experience. We offer fully paid health, dental, vision insurance. We have a 401(k) plan.
Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC in Anchorage, Alaska has a job opening for an immigration law associate with 0-5 years of experience in immigration law. Our firm handles a wide variety of cases involving business, family immigration, naturalization, asylum, and all aspects of removal defense. We are also involved in federal court litigation and we have a heavy emphasis on US military asylum and naturalization cases. This job is not remote; the applicant must be willing and able to relocate to our office in Anchorage, Alaska, USA.
0-5+ years of experience in immigration law; desired qualifications include experience researching case law, drafting legal briefs, interviewing clients, and preparing business and family immigration applications and declarations. Applicant must work well with colleagues, be a self-starter, organized, detail-oriented, and client-focused. Fluency in oral and written Spanish or Korean is preferred but we are open to consider other languages as well, or English-only speakers. Applicant must be willing and able to become a member of the Alaska Bar Association if not already admitted to practice law in Alaska; see https://www.alaskabar.org/servlet/content/reciprocal_jurisdictions.html for a list of jurisdictions that have reciprocity with Alaska. New law school graduates are welcome to apply. This job is located in Anchorage, Alaska and we will not consider applicants who want to telecommute or work remotely.
About Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC (Anchorage, Alaska)
Cascadia Cross Border Law Group LLC is a pre-eminent immigration firm based in Anchorage, Alaska, and handling matters in Alaska, throughout the country and internationally. Our clients include a broad range of established businesses and persons of talent. We represent people and businesses facing a range of immigration matters, from business immigration to family-based immigration, citizenship, asylum and refugee status.