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Jobs: Canadian Immigration Lawyer

Location: Toronto, Canada

Candidates must have at least 1-3 years of experience in providing immigration advice and assistance for immigrants hoping to qualify for migration to Canada. Candidates must be members in good standing with the relevant law society or bar of their respective province in Canada.


General Requirements:

Successful candidates should have up-to-date knowledge of all aspects of immigration law for the nominated position, and be able to deal with a busy caseload. IT skills, such as experience with the Microsoft Office suite, are essential.

Experience in an online environment and knowledge of internet business will be considered an asset.

The candidate must promote the interests of clients and the company at all times, and be able to work harmoniously with others.

As well as a detailed knowledge of immigration law, ideal candidates should also have knowledge of related fields. These can include human rights, welfare benefits, and employment law in relation to work and business Visas.

In return for dedication and hard work, successful candidates will be rewarded with challenging work, excellent training, and competitive compensation.


Experience Required:

Candidates should have hands-on experience in all aspects of immigration law, including skilled worker Visas, business and family Visas, temporary work permits and study permits.

The candidate will be expected to handle a substantial caseload and supervise support staff, as requested by the company.

The candidate should be able to demonstrate the following:

  • An ability to comply with the company's standards for quality and client management.
  • Compliance with the requirements set out by your provincial/state law society or bar.
  • An ability to manage casework and deal with the day-to-day client management issues.
  • An ability to produce high-quality work under pressure.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks, deal with competing demands, and self-manage day-to-day activities.
  • An ability to deal impartially and courteously with clients from different cultural backgrounds and with varying English skills.

Required Skills:

  • Excellent communication
  • Legal writing
  • Negotiation
  • Decision making
  • Time management
  • Team building
  • Ability to deliver on-time
  • Work under pressure
  • Excellent IT skills and familiarity with Microsoft office programs

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