- New York, NY, USA
- Permanent, Full time
Location: New York, NY, USAResponsible for the coordination of US immigration cases; including company sponsored non-immigrant visas and green card cases along with monitoring of self-sponsored work authorization. The role will:
• Oversee a portfolio of US immigration cases; procuring and maintaining company sponsored work visas for authorized new hires and existing employees in the AMERICAS region.
• Provide US immigration guidance to the business and foreign nationals. Perform case assessments. Serve as the subject matter expert for US company sponsored work authorization.
• Oversee and implement the PERM Recruitment process for each green card case. Post advertisements appropriately and screen US workforce as mandated by DOL requirements.
• Oversee I-9 re-verification program for the company; prepare and distribute monthly I-9 expiration report. Perform re-verification of I-9 forms for NY employees. Perform audit of I-9 system as needed.
• Oversee onsite Public Access Files; ensure audit files are complaint to government regulations.
• Act as an intermediary between TA and immigration counsel, requesting immigration assessment/guidance for candidates, as needed.
• Produce Clawback letters, promissory notes, etc. Post, organize and track LCA notices. Maintain online immigration case folders.
• Provide self-sponsored employees and LOB with general immigration guidance (familiar with CPT, OPT, STEM programs)
• Perform other duties and special projects as needed such as annual H Cap lottery and annual budgeting.
• Act as a signee for immigration petitions, notices, etc.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience.
- 2-3 years of relevant experience in US immigration.
- Educated with company sponsored NIV's and the company sponsored green card process.
- Strong attention to detail and process.
- Up to date familiarity with the AMERICAS immigration laws.
- Adapt to rapidly changing priorities and manage multiple projects.
- Able to cope with change, be flexible, handle uncertainty and at times minimal supervision.
- Microsoft Office skills.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Previous exposure to supporting geographically diverse populations is a plus.
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