CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Visa Analyst in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Category: Business Consulting, Strategy and Digital Transformation
City: Washington, District of Columbia, United States
Position ID: J0320-1792
Employment Type: Student Internship
CGI is hiring a Visa Analyst to support a large program. This is an exciting full-time opportunity to join our team in Washington, DC, and grow your career with the 5th largest IT services provider in the world. In exchange for your committed efforts toward success, we’re offering a competitive salary, a complete benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, 401k, and paid vacation.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
You will interpret those provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) relating to issuance and refusal of visas. It recommends and analyzes proposed amendments to existing immigration laws.
The Visa Analyst provides support to the Government staff and prepares letters, reports, and specialized correspondence.
The position requires someone with excellent case management and research skills. Case processing includes reviewing, analyzing and researching information on classified and unclassified systems, drawing conclusions based on that information and articulating that information.
The incumbent must have strong verbal and written communication skills to provide accurate and appropriate descriptions of case statuses, processing procedures and visa eligibility under the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The incumbent must have strong customer service skills and be able to politely and appropriately interface with everyone, from high-ranking public officials to colleagues, in a timely and helpful manner.
The incumbent must be able to draft complex written memorandum that are comprehensive, accurate and will conform to all relevant format guidelines with minimal revisions necessary. Incumbent must be able within these memorandum to thoroughly and concisely summarize case information, formulate legal arguments, and apply appropriate INA legal grounds to the presented information.
The incumbent must also be able represent the office in meetings, workshops or conferences relating to his or her assigned portfolio and/or general visa processing as necessary.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
ACTIVE US GOVERNMENT ISSUED SECRET CLEARANCE REQUIRED
• Bachelor’s degree
• Six (6) years of written and oral communication in an office environment, including
• Two (2) years of policy development, international relations, the intelligence community, legal and/or foreign services
• Four (4) years utilizing a variety of office software, specifically: MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS SharePoint, MS Excel, and MS Outlook.
• (Preferred) Advance knowledge and understanding of the laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to eligibility for and issuance of a U.S. visa
• Ability to comprehend and communicate the requirements for a visa in a professional and courteous manner over the telephone
• Ability to learn and recall information about visa application procedures and the rules and regulations pertaining to visa requirements
• Excellent customer service skills
• Ability to interpret and apply regulatory material
• A SECRET security clearance is required to begin employment, and thereafter a SECRET security clearance must be maintained for the duration of employment
What you can expect from us:
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