Job Opening: Chinese/English Translators
Headquartered in City of Industry, CA, we are an immigration law firm specializing in employment-based and business oriented immigration. We are hiring full-time Chinese/English Translators to work at our main office located at 13200 Crossroads Parkway North, Suite 270, City of Industry, CA 91746.
The hired individuals are expected to perform the following duties:
- Provide full English translations of current Chinese client’s documents from Chinese to English for L1, EB1C, EB5, EB1A, O1, and any other immigration cases submitted to USCIS;
- Translate Chinese clients’ financial statements, marketing reports, credit reports, business formation documents, business transactions, and other documentation into English;
- Proofread and edit translations of contract, invoices and other business documents in Chinese and English, and make sure all translations are in accordance with the economic interpretations and business cultures of China and United States;
- Check translations of business terms and terminology to ensure that they are accurate and remain consistent throughout translation revisions of business, financial, and legal documents between Chinese Companies and their U.S. parent, subsidiary, or affiliated company.
- Prepare, proofread and edit translations of Purchase documents, Mergers & Acquisitions documents, financial reports, invoices and any other business and financial documents in English and Chinese;
- Completely understand and precisely translate the whole set of offering documents, including the economic forecasts for EB-5 Regional Centers from English to Chinese;
- Check original texts or confer with authors to ensure that translations retain the content, meaning, and feeling of the original material;
- Translate accreditation questionnaires, L1 questionnaires, EB5 investor background questionnaires to obtain prompt and consistent information from clients;
- Accurately and precisely translate from Chinese to English all purchase orders, legal contracts, service agreements, and other important business transactional documents necessary for our immigration cases
- Participate in overseas video conferences, and simultaneously or consecutively translate and clarify specific requests from clients including service instructions, financial and business documents, invoices, deal negotiations and related business information;
- Translate and clarify the specific instruction and explanation regarding financial reporting obligations, contents on immigration forms, signatory instructions, and process overview;
- Identify and explain differences and conflicts related to the meanings of legal and economic terminologies, words, concepts, and general practices with good sentence structure, syntax and word selection.
- Bachelor’s degree in English, equivalent foreign degree acceptable.
- Tested proficiency in both Chinese and English (oral and written).
- Familiarity with business, financial, and legal terminologies and concepts in China and the U.S.
- Strong writing and oral communication skills.
- Advanced computer skills, including Excel, Word and PPT.
Interested candidates: please mail your resume and cover letter to Law Offices of Deacon Zhang PC, 13200 Crossroads Parkway North, Suite 270, City of Industry, CA 91746.
- Non-Immigration Visas
- Employer-Sponsored Immigration
- Highly-Achieved Individual Self-Petition
- Business-Oriented Immigration
- Family-Based Immigration
- Change or Adjustment of Status, Immigrant Visa Processing
- Litigation to the Federal Court
- My case got denied! Now what?
- Nuts and Bolts of filing a Federal Lawsuit
- Pros and Cons of filing an I-290B Notice of Appeal or Motion vs. filing a Federal Lawsuit
- Administrative Procedure Act: Most often used legal basis for suing USCIS
- Flowchart of General Procedures for Civil Litigation against USCIS
- Federal Lawsuits for Long Delays in Pending Cases
- Attorney Fees
- Filing Fees