Chicago Immigration Lawyer Presents to Students at One Summer Chicago Session
Chicago immigration lawyer Matthew A. Katz of Katz Law Office, Ltd. recently presented to students at a One Summer Chicago session.
Katz Law Office, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Managing Partner Matthew A. Katz recently presented at a One Summer Chicago session held on July 13 at Park Federal Bank in Chicago, Illinois. One Summer Chicago partnered with The Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council to present the July session.
One Summer Chicago works to connect government institutions, community organizations and local companies to offer over 25,000 employment and internship opportunities to youth and young adults located in the Chicagoland area. The organization holds multiple youth informative sessions throughout the summer where students have the chance to learn about different fundamental topics.
Chicago Immigration Lawyer Hosts Live Radio Session on Recent Immigration Law Changes
Chicago immigration lawyer Matthew A. Katz of Katz Law Office, Ltd. hosted a live radio event this past Saturday to discuss recent immigration law changes.
Katz Law Office, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Founder Matthew A. Katz recently hosted an informative, live radio event on Saturday, June 6, 2015. The event was held at 5 Estrellas Restaurant located at 2908 W. 59th St. Chicago, IL 60629.
Katz hosted the live session on Radio Formula alongside radio host Fernando Jaramillo. The program shed light on the recent immigration law changes and answered crucial questions from attendees. Katz also signed copies of his book entitled El Derecho del Pueblo.
Chicago Immigration Lawyer Now Assisting Clients With Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) Program
Chicago immigration lawyer Matthew Katz of Katz Law Office, Ltd. has begun working with clients on the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) Program.
On November 20, 2014, President Barack Obama announced modifications to United States immigration policy. One of the programs under the new executive order is called Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA). DAPA requires having U.S. children born before November 2014 and presence in the U.S. for the applicant since January 1, 2010, among other elements. This program will be administered on a case-by-case basis for individuals that meet the guidelines, including a thorough background check.
President Obama also announced an expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for youth who came to the United States as children. DACA requires having arrived in the U.S. before one's 16th birthday and having been present in the U.S. as of January 1, 2010, among other elements. According to the Department of Homeland Security, these government immigration programs are predicted to assist up to 4.4 million people.
Chicago Immigration Law Firm Opens Mexico City Office and Launches New Multilingual Website
Chicago immigration and family law firm Katz Law Office, Ltd. is pleased to announce a new Mexico City office location and website release.
Chicago immigration law firm Katz Law Office, Ltd. is pleased to announce the opening of their new law office in Mexico City. The immigration law firm opened the new office in order to better assist their diverse client base located in Mexico City, Cancun, Guadalajara, Nuevo Leon, and throughout the country. The Mexico City office is located at: Varsovia 44, Interior 402, Colonia Juárez, México, D.F., 06600.
The team of immigration lawyers at Katz Law Office, Ltd.’s Mexico City location will assist clients with Mexico law, family immigration, visas, and immigration matters for investors, businesses and employers. Additionally, the firm has experience with family law, divorce, real estate, probate, employment defense, civil lawsuits, and foreclosure defense. The firm also helps United States citizens facing legal issues in Mexico.
Chicago Immigration Law Attorney Interviews Anglican Priest Father Marcos Cardenas on Radio Show
Chicago immigration radio host and lawyer Matthew Katz discusses the matters of political asylum and domestic violence victims seeking legal protection as immigrants on El Derecho Del Pueblo (1450 AM).
Recently, Anglican Priest Father Marcos Cardenas spoke with attorney Matthew Katz at Katz Law Office, Ltd. on his radio show, The People’s Right (“El Derecho Del Pueblo”), regarding recent events on Iguala, Guerrero and the wider issue of political and refugee asylum from a legal standpoint. More than 40 students on their way to protest the government in Iguala, a small town in the state of Guerrero in Mexico, were kidnapped in September 2014 and have not been seen since that time. Their families now face the fear of retaliation from the officials who took the protesters and may be seeking asylum.
"Those who have power are not sensitive to people's needs. The uprisings are the result of poverty and hunger and the authorities' mismanagement. People rise up when they do not have what they need, and so it is the responsibility of the government to respond appropriately rather than detain those they do not agree with," Cardenas said.