Foreign Atorney Job-green card


i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it?

[Edited by Mehmet Akif Pektaş on Sep 02, 2020]

i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it?
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i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it?


Depends. What state and city are you going to practice? In DC and NYC, there is lots of work for lawyers who want to do translation, foreign language doc review and depositions and it pays very well. Certain foreign languages are very valuable. There’s one guy from Uzbekistan who’s a legend. He’s a monopoly. He does all Uzbek translations and handles most of the depositions on contract. He’s buying his fifth Manhattan apartment right about now.

[quote]i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it? [/quote]<br><br>Depends. What state and city are you going to practice? In DC and NYC, there is lots of work for lawyers who want to do translation, foreign language doc review and depositions and it pays very well. Certain foreign languages are very valuable. There’s one guy from Uzbekistan who’s a legend. He’s a monopoly. He does all Uzbek translations and handles most of the depositions on contract. He’s buying his fifth Manhattan apartment right about now.
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i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it?



Depends. What state and city are you going to practice? In DC and NYC, there is lots of work for lawyers who want to do translation, foreign language doc review and depositions and it pays very well. Certain foreign languages are very valuable. There’s one guy from Uzbekistan who’s a legend. He’s a monopoly. He does all Uzbek translations and handles most of the depositions on contract. He’s buying his fifth Manhattan apartment right about now.


i am just searching not decided state. i am from turkey and one turkish atorney is making good momey she has llm on ip law.

[quote][quote]i got green card and will move usa next year.
if i do an llm and got admitted bar what chance do i have?
Some says it would be too hard.is green card a chance for it? [/quote]<br><br><br>Depends. What state and city are you going to practice? In DC and NYC, there is lots of work for lawyers who want to do translation, foreign language doc review and depositions and it pays very well. Certain foreign languages are very valuable. There’s one guy from Uzbekistan who’s a legend. He’s a monopoly. He does all Uzbek translations and handles most of the depositions on contract. He’s buying his fifth Manhattan apartment right about now. [/quote]<br><br>i am just searching not decided state. i am from turkey and one turkish atorney is making good momey she has llm on ip law.<br><br>
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If you get your LL.M., have a green card, and are a member of the bar you should be able to find a solid job. Make sure you to leverage your foreign expertise and your ability to act as a "bridge" and communicator between two countries/cultures. You should defintely consider NYC as your target landing spot. It has the most international-oriented firms/companies/organizations (in addition to D.C.) 

If you get your LL.M., have a green card, and are a member of the bar you should be able to find a solid job. Make sure you to leverage your foreign expertise and your ability to act as a "bridge" and communicator between two countries/cultures. You should defintely consider NYC as your target landing spot. It has the most international-oriented firms/companies/organizations (in addition to D.C.)&nbsp;
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