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Immigrant Legal Center
An Affiliate of the Justice
For Our Neighbors Network
4223 Center Street
Omaha, NE 68105


402.898.1349 | info@immigrantlc.org

An Affiliate of the Justice For Our Neighbors Network

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Immigrant Legal Center is an innovative, growing nonprofit providing important contributions to individuals and the communities we serve in Nebraska and southwest Iowa. All services are free to low-income immigrants, including representation by experienced and highly qualified legal staff.

Our Workplace

Our headquarters is located at 4223 Center Street in Omaha, Nebraska.

Rural legal clinics take place in Omaha, Grand Island and Lexington, Nebraska. Our rural attorneys and legal service providers also collaborate with partners to build capacity for community-based immigration legal services in Crete and South Sioux City.

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Current Openings

 

Legal Receptionist

The ILC Legal Receptionist welcomes guests and client to ILC and communicates the ILC intake process to immigrant community members seeking immigration legal services with ILC. The Legal Receptionist is responsible for front desk duties, client advocacy efforts, and provides legal/administrative support in collaboration with the Legal Support team.

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Rural Capacity Building Legal Representative in Grand Island

The Rural Capacity Building (RCB) Legal Representative is responsible for the provision of legal services under the supervision of his/her assigned supervising attorney. ILC intends for the RCB Legal Representative to apply for and successfully obtain Department of Justice (DOJ) Accreditation. The RCB Legal Representative will manage his/her assigned immigration caseload and may also provide legal support to assigned RCB attorneys as needed. In addition to providing direct legal services, the RCB Legal Representative will assist in the identification of community partners to help build capacity for the provision of long-term immigration legal services in rural Nebraska communities. The RCB Legal Representative will assist community partners in promoting education, advocacy, and inclusion for immigrant communities.

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Immigrant-Focused Medical Legal Partnership Paralegal

The Immigrant-Focused Medical Legal Partnership (IMLP) Paralegal is responsible for assisting the IMLP Attorneys/Legal Service Providers with the provision of direct legal services to immigrants and their families who have medical needs and are receiving care from ILC partnering healthcare organizations. The IMLP Paralegal will also work in coordination with area healthcare providers to promote community education and advocacy of immigrants’ rights.

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Child and Family Staff Attorney

The ILC Child and Family Staff Attorney is responsible for the provision of direct legal services to immigrant children and families. The Staff Attorney will work on cases involving Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJ), TVPRA asylum claims, u-visas, t-visas, and family based options among others. The Staff Attorney position is located in Omaha, Nebraska and will work in coordination with area non-profits to promote community education and advocacy of immigrants’ rights.

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Rural Capacity Building Attorney (4 positions available)

The Rural Capacity Building (RCB) Attorney is responsible for the provision of direct legal services to immigrant families in targeted underserved rural Nebraska communities.

The RCB Attorney will work on identifying collaborative community partners to build capacity for the provision of long-term immigration services within the targeted rural communities. This RCB Attorney will work with the RCB program team, the ILC team, community members, and a wide variety of community partners to assist in carrying out the objectives of the program. Key program areas include providing direct immigration legal services to low-income immigrant community members in rural Nebraska; working with rural communities in identifying their local needs for capacity-building; and providing education, advocacy and representation support to facilitate growth toward community identified goals for rural community inclusion.

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Rural Capacity Building Supervising Attorney – Western-Central Nebraska

The Western-Central Rural Capacity Building (RCB) Supervising Attorney will work with the Rural Capacity Building program team, the ILC team, community members, and a wide variety of community partners to carry out the objectives of the program. Key program areas include providing direct immigration legal services to low-income immigrant community members in rural Nebraska; working with rural communities in identifying their local needs for capacity-building; and providing education, advocacy and representation support to facilitate growth toward community identified goals for rural community inclusion.

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"When I think of an attorney's core responsibilities, serving as an advocate is one of the first things that comes to mind. It has been a pleasure to see the client-first approach all across the office throughout the summer."

Daniel Martin, Summer 2017 Intern

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