Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, the largest immigration law firm on Florida’s Gulf Coast and one of the nation’s specialists in sports immigration has partnered with Special Olympics Florida. The law firm will be sponsoring and volunteering with Special Olympics athletes for the 2013-2014 season.
“Working with Special Olympics seemed like a great way for us to become more charitably involved in the community,” said P. Christopher Jaensch, managing partner of Jaensch Immigration Law Firm. “Since we work directly with athletes from around the world we figured this would be a good fit,” he continued.
Jaensch Immigration Law Firm is one of the nation’s leading experts in sports immigration. Their clients include local tennis players and national-level competitors. They are often sought out for their opinion on sports immigration matters by Olympians, US Open entrants, and other star athletes.
The firm has sponsored a Special Olympics athlete for one year and volunteered at the latest Special Olympics event, a bowling competition. “They all bowl much better than I,” said firm employee Michael Marquet. “They were really impressive,” he continued.
The law firm plans to assist with more Special Olympics events in the future. The next Special Olympics event is the regional bowling competition on September 28th in Bradenton.
Please see photos of the bowling competition below.