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Job ad: part-time immigration caseworker, Fernandes Vaz


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We are seeking a bright and motivated person to manage immigration casework at Fernandes Vaz, a specialist immigration and nationality law firm based in Wembley. 

You must have at least proven experience in casework and be able to manage your own workload. Accuracy and attention to detail are important factors. 

This is a small environment and it is essential that you are able to work as part of a Team and carry out administrative tasks when necessary. 

Please do not apply unless you meet the necessary specifications as your application will not be considered. 

The person must meet the following criteria:

  1. Must have experience specifically of dealing with immigration cases for at least a minimum of 2 years. 
  2. Must be able to work largely unsupervised. 
  3. Must keep up to date with the law and procedural changes 
  4. There will be office duties unrelated to casework that need to be carried out. 

The salary offered is dependent on experience.

You will only be contacted if you are short-listed.

Please apply with CV to info@fernandesvaz.com.

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