About Ernst & Young ('EY')
EY is a multinational professional service network with headquarters in London, England. EY is one of the largest professional services networks in the world and considered one of the Big Four accounting Firms. It was founded in the year 1989.It primarily provides assurance (which includes financial audit), tax, consulting and advisory services to its clients.
You will have the opportunity to work with EY and their global teams in U.S. and Canada. You will be able to assist them in supporting these teams on U.S. and Canadian immigration projects.
At an associate level would be required to assist the Immigration team in U.S. and Canada in preparing U.S. and Canadian immigration cases.
The preparation of cases would require the Attorney to:
Learn immigration processing categories and legal requirements for each work visa and permanent resident visa category and apply legal knowledge as required in the case preparation process
Use available resources to draft complex immigration petition packages (using the facts of each case to tell a story, while highlighting each of the legal requirements)
Ensure that documents are saved and filed into the appropriate virtual workspaces/folders
Leverage technology resources to ensure the immigration group is operating as efficiently and effectively as possible
Liaise on a regular basis with support teams located throughout EY’s international network.
In addition to this, the Attorney would be required to work with team members and further the development of the team – be it timely reporting to seniors; understanding project metrics such as utilization and efficiency; and overall taking ownership of the work assigned to them.
A degree in Law
0 – 3 years of prior experience
Professional proficiency in English, with in-depth knowledge of the rules of the English language, standards of style, punctuation, and grammar. Also, excellent legal research, writing and organizational skills
Strong attention to detail along with the ability to understand and follow specific, detailed instructions
Ability to work under pressure with tight timelines and high volumes, while also being proactive and efficient
A team-oriented approach and demonstrate excellent interpersonal and written/oral communication skills.
Skills and Competencies
Experience in U.S. or Canadian immigration related work
Experience with substantive writing, editing, and proofreading a variety of documentation
Outstanding administrative and communication skills, mature business sense, and ability to perform in a dynamic, time-sensitive environment
Strong knowledge of and ability to apply office software applications including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and PDF
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka.
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