A DISCUSSION ON
"The Impact of Immigration Policy and Legislation"
James Yoo and Ann Limjoco from the Office of Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky
When: Tuesday, April 15
Time: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Where: Room 570
Lunch provided by ILS
Ann Limjoco serves as Suburban Director for Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky. Ann joined the Congresswoman’s staff in 2001 as Constituent Advocate, where her main role was to advocate on behalf of constituents with problems they had with federal agencies. Her current role consists of establishing relationships with elected officials, non profit organizations. Ann has served in her current role as Suburban Director since 2007. The suburbs located in the Congresswoman’s district include all or parts of Evanston, Skokie, Morton Grove, Lincolnwood, Niles, Harwood Heights, Park Ridge, Norridge, Golf, Des Plaines, Rosemont, Glenview, and Wilmette. Ann also continues to work with constituents who need help with federal agencies. Much of her involvement with constituent casework involves working closely with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Ann holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from Indiana University and a Master of Arts in Public Policy and Public Administration from Northwestern University. Ann was formerly a reporter before making the switch to public service, which is her true passion.
James Yoo has been a Constituent Advocate with the Office of Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky (D09-IL) since August 2001. In this position, he has sought to assist constituents with issues involving the federal government. For the past several years, James has developed a passionate focus in immigration. He has dealt with a wide range of issues in immigration, such as Section 245(i), HRIFA, VAWA, and asylee/refugee cases. In assisting persons with immigration issues, he has had the privilege to speak with constituents residing from the Congressional Ninth District to persons outside the United States.
Please email ILS with any questions.
This program is sponsored by the Chicago-Kent Immigration Law Society.