Northwest Immigrant Rights Project seeks two temporary, bilingual staff attorneys to work full-time positions in our Tacoma-South Unit (TSU) and Detained Immigrant Advocates unit (DIA) as part of the Tacoma office team. These attorneys will provide direct representation and individual consultations to immigrant community members seeking immigration protections before USCIS. NWIRP attorneys also practice before the immigration courts. Applicants must be able to start the position by February 20, 2024, and are asked to commit to a minimum of 9 months, with a possibility of an extension for an additional 3 months. Note: Spanish fluency, in addition to fluency in English, is strongly preferred, but not required. Salary minimum $80,771 to maximum $143,504, depending on experience. Generous benefits.
Find full details and links to apply to the above and other opportunities on NWIRP's Jobs & Internships webpage.