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Jaensch Immigration Law Firm establishes Latin business development division

Posted: January 7th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: , , , | 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.

Immigration Attorney Cesar Gomez

Cesar Gomez

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.

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Victoria Jaensch Warns of Immigration Phone Scam

Posted: July 20th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: National News | Tags: , , , | 1 Comment »

Warning: Immigration Telephonic Scam

“AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 12071935 (posted Jul. 19, 2012)”

AILA has received reports of a new scam potentially victimizing aliens. According to one report, the individual will receive a call purporting to be from a USCIS officer, who will have certain correct information on the individual, including the individual’s name and address. The caller will state that there is some discrepancy in USCIS records, and ask for confirmation of data, such as an I-94 number, an “A” number, or a visa control number. The caller will then tell the individual that there is a penalty for not clearing up the discrepancy, and that the individual is to send a sum of money via Western Union, to an address the caller provides. Be on alert that your clients may be receiving such calls, and if they do, report them to appropriate law enforcement authorities, which may include the FBI, and to the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, whose Consumer Sentinel database is accessed by criminal and civil law enforcement authorities worldwide.