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About the Founder
Before 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. At 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 has acquired years of experience in international matters, allowing him to provide the assistance his clients need.
The Focus of His Practice
His 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. Mr. Katambwe also practices in the general area of civil litigation on a case-by-case basis, including employment law and personal injury law.
African Community Resource Center (ACRC)
Mr. Katambwe has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the 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.
His Work at Worldesquire
By Aime M. Katambwe, Esq. The SOLVE Act bill that passed the committee on 4/26/06 was to double the number of Border Patrol agents and resources necessary for detaining and speedily deporting undocumented immigrants (UI). The bill also expanded local law enforcement’s ability to enforce our immigration laws. It also imposed new tougher punishments for employers hiring illegal immigrants instead of able and willing US Citizens (USC) and Legal Residents (LPR). It empowered cities around the US to enforce immigration laws against UI. What the Committee bill did, was that it recognized the contributions of that UI already here and…