Immigration Attorney, Catholic Charities of Baltimore


Catholic Charities of Baltimore is seeking an Immigration Attorney with strong Spanish and English language skills for the Esperanza Center.


  • Manage high-volume case load concerning various immigration matters including asylum, special immigrant juvenile status, family-based petitions and visas, non-immigrant visa processing, TPS, NACARA, adjustment of status, naturalization, hardship waivers, Cancellation of Removal, U- and T-Visas, and other motions and legal memoranda as needed
  • Assist with the intake process and provide phone and in-person interviews and consultations to prospective clients
  • Provide representation in: custody and guardianship proceedings in Maryland Circuit Court, through a Maryland license or admission under Rule 15; in CIS interviews before the Baltimore District Office and the Asylum Office in Arlington, VA; and in federal immigration court and other administrative bodies on immigration matters
  • Performs legal research on AILA publications, the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), Title 8 of Code of Federal Regulations (8 C.F.R.), and other related primary and secondary sources of immigration law and regulations
  • Assists with community outreach and education, and group presentations and workshops; and represents the agency to a variety of organizations and at community and professional functions and meetings


  • Law degree from an accredited law school.
  • Licensed to practice law in at least one State, Puerto Rico or a Federal District Court.
  • Ability to seek and attain licensure in State of Maryland within 2 years of date of hire
  • Ability to independently work with clients in both Spanish and English languages
  • Knowledge of immigration law preferred.
  • Ability to work with clients from diverse cultures.
  • Ability to travel to other locations to meet with clients, attend meetings and perform other agency business
  • Must be at least 21 years of age, with a minimum of 2 years of driving experience, and a valid driver’s license issued by the state of residence. There can be no state issued restrictions on the licenses that would impede driver’s ability to operate the vehicle as required by the Agency, and there must not be more than three (3) points on their driving record.

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