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Posted: October 7th, 2013 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: Cesar Gomez, Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, Red Cross Southwest Florida | No Comments »
Former Director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce Assumes New Leadership Position
Cesar Gomez, Latin Business Development Director at Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, has joined the Board of Directors of Red Cross Southwest Florida. The former director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce assumed the new leadership responsibility at the Red Cross in July.
“I am very pleased and honored to be offered the position on the board of directors,” said Mr. Gomez. “The Red Cross has the highest reputation in Colombia, where I come from, for its excellent services to the people there. I look forward to the opportunity to build stronger ties beween the Southwest Florida Chapter and the local Latin community,” he continued.
Mr. Gomez was a business law attorney in Bogota, Colombia, before emigrating to the U.S. He was the Director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce from 2007 to 2010 and was recognized as one of the 25 “Most Influential People in Manatee County” in 2010.
He received his Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in International Law in 2011 from Stetson University. He is a former member of the Foreign Service committee of Tampa Bay and a current member of the University of South Florida Leadership Board.
The Southwest Florida Branch of the Red Cross is involved in all aspects of disaster preparedness in the region. So far this year they have raised $3.8 million to support their world-wide relief efforts. Their next event is the annual Boo Ball, titled “Zombie Prom,” which will take place on Friday, October 25th.
César Gómez se incorpora al Consejo de Administración de la Cruz Roja de Southwest Florida
El ex-director de la Cámara de Comercio Latina de la Costa del Golfo asume nueva posición de liderazgo
Sarasota, FL, 10.03.13 – Cesar Gómez, Latin Business Development Director en Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, se ha incorporado al Consejo de Administración de la Cruz Roja de Southwest Florida. El ex-director de la Cámara de Comercio Latina de la Costa del Golfo asumió la nueva responsabilidad de liderazgo en la Cruz Roja en julio.
“Estoy muy contento y honrado de haber ofrecido el puesto en el consejo de administración “, dijo Gómez. “La Cruz Roja tiene la más alta reputación en Colombia , de donde yo vengo , por su excelente servicio. Espero con interés la oportunidad de construir lazos más fuertes entre el Capítulo Suroeste de la Florida y la comunidad latina local,” continuó .
El señor Gómez era un abogado de derecho de negocios en Bogotá, Colombia, antes de emigrar a los EE.UU. Fue el Director de la Cámara de Comercio Latina de la Costa del Golfo desde 2007 hasta 2010 y fue reconocido como una de las “25 personas más influyentes en el condado de Manatee” en el año 2010.
Recibió su Maestría en Derecho ( LL.M. ) en Derecho Internacional en 2011 en la Universidad de Stetson. Él es un ex-miembro de la Comisión del Servicio Exterior de Tampa Bay y actual miembro del Consejo de Liderazgo de la Universidad de South Florida .
La Cruz Roja Southwest Florida está involucrada en todos los aspectos de la preparación para desastres en la región. Este año ya han recaudado $ 3.8 millones para apoyar los esfuerzos de socorro en todo el mundo. Su próxima cita es el Balón de Boo anual, este año titulado “Zombie Prom,” que tendrá lugar el viernes 25 de octubre.
Posted: July 2nd, 2013 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Immigration Reform, Sarasota Immigrants | Tags: Cesar Gomez, Reforma Migratoria | No Comments »
Cesar Gomez da nuevo seminario sobre los cambios que vienen en la ley de inmigración.
Cesar Gomez Habla sobre la Reforma Migratoria
El senado paso reforma migratoria, todavía un proyecto de ley, el 27 de junio. Significa un paso más en el proceso de apruebo de una gran reforma que, entre otras metas, crearía un camino hacía la legalización para las personas indocumentadas en este pais.
Una vez aprobada, mucha gente va a querer aplicar para la legalización. Esto crearía filas y retrasos nunca vistos en el tramite de aplicaciones. Por esta razón, los abogados de Jaensch Immigration Law Firm quieren que la comunidad este preparada lo antes posible para las oportunidades que esta reforma pueda crear.
Por eso se ha organizado una serie de seminarios que se están dando en los condados de Sarasota, Manatee y DeSoto entre companías, organizaciones sin fines de lucro, e iglesias. El último seminario, de que se ve la foto arriba, se dio en las oficinas de Suncoast Community Capital en Bradenton. Cesar Gomez, anterior director de la cámara de comercio hispana del golfo y abogado en Colombia, hablo de los posibles cambios en la ley de inmigración, como prepararse para ellos, y como empezar a ahorrar dinero para las multas e impuestos que uno tendra que pagar para legalizarse.
Los seminarios se dan con la participación de TVNet Group que incluye los periódicos “La Guia,” “7Dias,” y “Buen Vivir.” Luis Baron, fundador de TVNet Group, ha puesto anuncios y artículos sobre estos seminarios en sus periódicos y le agradezemos su ayuda.
TVNet Media Group
Nosotros de Jaensch Immigration Law Firm vamos a dar estos seminarios en varios lugares en Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, y Arcadia en los meses vienen. Si usted sabe alguien que puede usar esta información o quiere actuarse como anfitrión para un seminario, por favor, contáctenos: 941-366-9841.
Aprende como se puede empezar a prepararse ya para los posibles cambios en la ley de inmigración.
Posted: June 28th, 2013 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Immigration Reform, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, National News | Tags: Cesar Gomez, Comprehensive Immigration Reform, Gang of Eight, Sarasota Immigration Attorneys | No Comments »
Sarasota Immigration Attorneys Preparing for Increased Demand
Immigration Reform passed the Senate on Thursday, June 27 by a vote of 68-32. It still has to go through committee and floor debate in the House of Representatives, reconciliation, and signing. Nevertheless, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm is already preparing in case the bill becomes law.
Senator Marco Rubio, member of the Gang of Eight, after the bill passed the Senate
Last year the firm established a Latin American Division, managed by Cesar Gomez, former director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, to expand ties and establish strategic partnerships with the local Latin American community. What’s more, over the last 6 months the firm has doubled its office space and increased staff by 20% with further increases planned.
“Comprehensive Immigration Reform could change almost every aspect of the immigration system. It would create many new opportunities, not only for undocumented immigrants, but for investors, students, and workers as well,” says P. Christopher Jaensch, managing attorney of Jaensch Immigration Law Firm. “Such a sweeping change would create new demand for our services and we want to be ready to handle that,” he adds.
The firm began disseminating information about the bill the moment it appeared. They created a new website that collects and displays the latest immigration reform news. They embarked on an informational campaign using emails, social media, and news articles. The campaign educates the Sarasota-Bradenton area about the possibilities that immigration reform would bring.
Members of the firm traveled to Washington in April before the bill had entered the Senate. Victoria Jaensch Karins brought letters from Sarasota area employers and individual immigrants demonstrating the need for immigration reform. Soon after the Gang of Eight unveiled the legislation and submitted it to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The firm is conducting bi-lingual seminars in Manatee and Sarasota Counties, as well as Arcadia, to explain the provisions of the bill. They also created a fingerprint data collection center where individuals interested in obtaining information about their own criminal and immigration detention history can have their fingerprints taken and sent to the FBI for a records search.
“It will be especially important for those who may wish to apply for legalization to demonstrate the absence of a criminal record,” says Mr. Jaensch, “and for that they need to have their fingerprints taken.” He adds that in the past, “this could only be done through the local jail or police office.”
All those interested in learning the latest on the progress of immigration reform can do so on Jaensch Immigration Law Firm’s news blog, ImmigrationSarasota.com/ImmigrationReform.
Posted: January 7th, 2013 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: American Immigration Lawyers Association, Cesar Gomez, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, Stetson University | No Comments »
January 7, 2013
Sarasota, FL – Jaensch Immigration Law Firm announces the establishment of a Latin business development division. The new division will attract foreign investment to Florida. The firm hired Cesar Gomez to manage the division.
Mr. Gomez was a business law attorney in Bogota, Colombia, before emigrating to the U.S. He is a prominent member of the local Latin community having served as executive director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce from 2007 to 2010. Mr. Gomez was recognized as one of the 25 “Most Influential People in Manatee County” in 2010.
He will also work as a law clerk having received his Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in International Law in 2011 from Stetson University. He is a former member of the Foreign Service committee of Tampa Bay and a current member of the University of South Florida Leadership Board.
Mr. Gomez will function as a liaison between the Florida Latin community and law firms, businesses, and organizations in Latin America, steering Latin American investors to the Sarasota area. He will also help the law firm to offer immigration services such as investor visas, employment authorizations, and immigrant visas known as Green Cards.
“Cesar will be a great asset to the law firm in developing and servicing the Latin market,” says Peter Jaensch, founder of Jaensch Immigration Law Firm.
“I look forward to offering the law firm’s services to the approximately 80,000 Latino individuals and businesses in the area. My goal is to help bring Latin investors and entrepreneurs to the Gulf Coast and for the law firm to assist them in obtaining the proper visas to invest, live and work in the U.S.,” says Mr. Gomez.
“Getting a visa and becoming legal is not only a difficult challenge but also a frightening experience that many try to avoid,” says Peter Jaensch. “We have made it possible, with the least amount of trauma, to help foreigners settle in the U.S.,” he added.
Jaensch Immigration Law Firm was founded by Peter J. Jaensch. His son Chris Jaensch is its current managing partner and his daughter Victoria Jaensch Karins is its senior immigration attorney. The three lawyers together have over 60 years of experience in Immigration Law and have worked on over 17,000 cases. They have served as directors and officers of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Central Florida.
Posted: October 25th, 2012 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: Cesar Gomez, Colombia, Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce, International law, Stetson School of Law | No Comments »
Cesar Gomez received a law degree from the Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia. He practiced law in Colombia for several years, advising corporations and non-profits, before coming to the United States.
From 2007 to 2010 Cesar was executive director of the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce. During this time the chamber’s membership more than doubled.
In 2010 Cesar began studying for a Masters in International Law (LLM) at Stetson. While at Stetson he served as the LLM liason to the International Law Society and as the school’s representative to the Committee on Foreign Relations in Tampa.
In addition to working with Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, Cesar currently serves as the Vice Chair of ABA Section of International Law: Young Lawyers Interest Network and on the board of the Community Leadership Council of USF.
We are very pleased to have Mr. Gomez working with us.
Read Cesar Gomez’s full resume.
Attorney Cesar Gomez