Immigration Law,Employment Law,Contracts,Injury Law

We offer a general civil practice that encompasses such areas as Immigration, Personal injury and employment. Our clientele includes Individuals; Small entrepreneurs; Business people; Artists and Entertainers; Consultants; and Professionals. We strive to provide quality legal advice and representation to each and every client. Accessibility, affordability and efficiency are offered to every client without exception.


This firm is particularly skilled in obtaining Green Cards for our clientele in the most impossible situations. We work in Waivers, CSPA, Violence Against Women Act or VAWA, Family and Work Sponsored Green Cards or Legal Permanent Residence even under the Visa Waiver Program, Immigrant & Nonimmigrant Visas, K-1 Fiancee Visas, B-1 and B-2, H-1B, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-4 and EB-5 Visas, Labor Certification under PERM, Work Permits, Citizenship and Naturalization and various other provisions of the Immigration & Nationality Act.


WorldEsquire focuses on finding solutions to your pressing legal problems. The U.S. Constitution guarantees certain inalienable rights to citizens and non-citizens alike and WorldEsquire is here to see to it that those guaranties are honored. Our connection through cyberspace allows us to expand our resources and research tools so as to remain current with new research technology in providing legal advice and representation to our clients. We are multilingual, dynamic and versatile, therefore uniquely qualified to handle situations that confront individuals and businesses in the community.


It is this firm’s sincere belief that attorneys exist for the sole purpose of helping others resolve their differences by serving as a conduit to bridge the gaps between people’s positions. In that regard, being of service to others and smoothing relationships between humans and other legal entities are the commands that must drive the legal community. At WorldEsquire, the focus is on resolving conflicts as quickly as possible without damaging the relationships that people and companies have worked hard to build over the years. We sincerely believe that every problem has a unique solution. The filing of a lawsuit is just an extension of tailoring a unique solution to a conflict, even though WorldEsquire considers it the last alternative.


Aime Katambwe is the founder of WorldEsquire. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Economics and a Juris Doctor Degree (aka a law degree). Mr. Katambwe is admitted to practice in all federal and State Courts of California. He was born in Zaire (now The Democratic Republic of Congo) and traveled extensively throughout the world due to his father’s profession as a career diplomat. He is fluent in many languages including English, French and Spanish.


Prior to creating WorldEsquire, Mr. Katambwe worked in private law firms as an associate, as well as in a public capacity with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. In that time, Mr. Katambwe’s experience covered all areas of litigation. He has tried and won cases in the Central and Citrus Districts in the County of Los Angeles.


Mr. Katambwe’s experience in international matters is one acquired over time. Mr. Katambwe’s practice focuses mostly on immigration matters of different types including political asylum, business immigration, family related immigration, waivers, the Violence Against Women act (VAWA) and some deportation proceedings, among others. In addition to the above, Mr. Katambwe practices in the general area of Civil
Litigation on a case-by-case basis including employment law and personal injury law.


Mr. Katambwe has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the African Community Resource Center (ACRC), a Not for Profit organization helping African Refugees and immigrants achieve economic self-sufficiency, acculturation, socialization and health maintenance. He served as pro bono counsel on immigration matters at the ACRC.


Mr. Katambwe maintains a busy schedule at the office located in the City of Valencia in Santa Clarita, CA.

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