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ILW.COM is the leading immigration law publisher. Our website has 50,000+ pages of information on immigration law.
We invite you to connect to us in any or all of the means below:
JOINING THE TEAM
ILW offers a unique opportunity to be a part of an exciting, energetic environment in a small company setting, located in the heart of Manhattan, and close to all major forms of transportation. Since 1999, ILW has focused on U.S. immigration and is well known for its flagship product, Immigration Daily, an online newspaper sent out by email every business day to 32,000+ subscribers. ILW has two divisions: immigration law publishing and boutique marketing services. To learn more about us, visit our about us page.
ILW's team members enjoy an informal and friendly small-company environment with a casual dress code policy. This allows for a creative, collaborative, and challenging environment. There are many project opportunities available from internships to part-time and full-time positions. There are possibilities to grow and, most importantly, to learn vital skills that will help you throughout your career. You can e-mail your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will notify you if you are well suited to any openings. Your resume will be on file for a three month period.
SUBMIT YOUR ARTICLES & BLOGS
To submit an article or blog for publication in Immigration Daily, please write to email@example.com with your article attached or the link to your blog post. You must have full ownership of your post OR have written permission from the copyright owner of the article or blog. A submission with no clear ownership can not be considered.
ILW has many assignments for attorneys that can last 2-3 hours or more. To inquire about these assignments, attorneys should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state how many assignments you are willing to take on in a six month period and how much time you are willing to invest, also please specify if you have any preferences as to a specific/narrow sub-specialty within immigration law (e.g. I-601 waivers, prevailing wages, etc.). Resumes are encouraged.
Questions? Write to email@example.com