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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 30+ hrs/week - Posted
Paralegal Needed For Australian Law Firm Dynamic and supportive team Extensive training provided About the Employer We are one of Australia's leading companies in Australian visas and migration. Having helped businesses and individuals obtain visas from over 45 different countries, we have experienced considerable and steady growth. We are go-to authorities when it comes to 457, family, and skilled visas since 2003. Our office is located in BGC, Taguig, Manila. About the Role We are seeking an experienced Paralegal to join our Manila Processing Head Office. Directly reporting to the Operations Manager, you will work directly with clients and have the support of an international team. Extensive training will be provided. Please note that this is a in-office position - NOT a virtual position. Key responsibilities will include: Building client relationships and managing client cases Advising both corporate clients as well as individuals Conducting research Liaise with other teams and departments Troubleshooting legal issues Case Management Legal Compliance To be successful for this role you must have the following: Must be a college graduate in Law Minimum 5 years' experience in any legal sector Extensive research skills Excellent communication skills - both written and oral Fluent in English Strong team member who is confident to work autonomously Enjoys working in multicultural environment Excellent time management skills and ability to multitask with heavy caseload Extensive customer service skills Extensive administrative skills This offer is a fantastic opportunity for someone with experience who wishes to be a part of a team, has legal skills and seeks career and growth opportunities.
Skills: Immigration Law Administrative Support Data Entry Email Handling
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
Need a lawyer (possibly someone who speak's both italian and english language fluently) who will be able help legal assistance group immigrant's (about 200-500 immigrant) located in rome. The person in question will be responsible for the following : - handling issue related to document (problem related renewing/issuing permit of stay) - Problem related to deportation, appeal and cancellation of notice issued my police to leave the territory ..ecc more of such issue will be discussed during interview. Open to your suggestion Regard's Ozuem Ftouch studio in collaboration with Apsh Roma
Skills: Immigration Law International Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need a Immigration Lawyer, who can help me out to get the information regarding immigration for the students and employees. and can help me to get them to go to abroad.
Skills: Immigration Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $40 - Posted
15 minute presentation on 1951 Conv: RSD Procedures and Standards. I will provide academic research papers. A detailed handout (summary of the readings) will be required to guide the audience through the discussion. And a powerpoint presentation. The powerpoint should not be a summary of the provided readings. Instead, the PPT should be an opinionated response to the topic (1951 Conv: RSD Procedures and Standards) – your ideas, analysis and critique. The PPT should persuasively argue your point of view with strong supporting evidence. It should be informative, legally accurate, and interesting. The recommended readings for the presentation will be provided with the job.
Skills: Immigration Law International Law
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $60 - Posted
3500 word limit research paper in forced migration and refugee law - research topic: Family Unity, Durable Solutions, Burden Sharing & International Coop. I will supply some academic research papers as a starting point, but you are welcome to include additional academic papers or articles. Main Points: - Family unity as a principle - Right of family reunification is not included in the Geneva Convention - Right to respect for family life under human rights treaties - Durable Solutions - Range of actors and obstacles to durable solutions - Peacebuilding and return - Decline of resettlement - The role of individual preference in durable solutions - Burden Sharing - Capacity of receiving states - Transit states as buffer zones - Broader implication on host societies - Implicit burden sharing Main Debates: - Family Unity - What is the definition of a family? - Durable Solutions - How can the warehousing of refugees be changed into self-sustainability? - What is the role of UNHCR in situations of premature repatriation? - Burden Sharing - How can the notion of burden sharing be developed into the principle of responsibility - sharing? Burden sharing v. burden shifting Are the financial donations of states a legitimate mechanism for burden shifting?
Skills: Immigration Law Academic Writing Family Law International Law
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I recently filed a lawsuit and it has been continued because a witness of the defendant had planned a vacation before the court date. I have a copy of the voice recording as well. From my understanding if you don't think the witness will show up wouldn't you need to submit a subpoena not sure what to do here or if I need an attorney to contact
Skills: Immigration Law Antitrust Civil Law Contract Drafting