Criminal Justice - Private Investigator Internship

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VOIF
3220 Roderick Road
Frederick, MD
Posted: June 05 2017
Application Deadline: July 5, 2017
Position: 6 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Victims of Immigration Fraud (VOIF) is a unified group of American men and women that have been victimized by foreign spouses that have circumvented the American immigration system by making false allegations of criminal abuse. This is not an anti immigration organization it is a victims' rights. Our purpose is not to modify the laws and regulations and close the loop hole that encourage this type of activity. We are bringing national attention to how abuse laws are used within the immigration system to deny an US citizen spouse a fair opportunity to present a defense to the USCIS when an allegation of abuse is made by a foreign national spouse, whether it be a man or a woman. We want the USCIS and ICE to consider evidence presented by a US citizen spouse when a claim of abuse is made by an foreign national immigrant spouse, so that false claims of abuse cannot be used as an advantage to gain US residency and eventual citizen ship. We are lobbying for our elected leaders to make changes in the immigration system to prevent the further victimization of US citizen spouses through immigration fraud by marriage.

Responsibilities

Interviewing clients
Law researching, client meetings, and general case management
Will engage in fields such as Government Affairs and Immigration Law
Researching and Memo writing
Assisting with court filings, document preparation, and case management
Ability to take your own initiative
Handling internal business cases and problems
Working with other interns in a collaborative group

Length Requirement:
The position is open for as long as the student would like, but with a minimum length of 12 weeks, 21 to 35 hours/week.

College Credit:
While this is an UNPAID internship, student interns will have the opportunity to receive college credits. Contact your undergraduate advising officer for more information on academic credit.

Requirements

Need organization skills and particular attention to detail
Detail oriented and organized with a positive attitude
Strong interpersonal skills and excellent writing skills
Experience with research using computers and databases

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