Whether it is Immigration Law, Family Law, or Bankruptcy Law, we at CHUA TINSAY & VEGA understand that each case deserves our full attention and zeal as advocates for our clients.
Legal matters involved particularly in Immigration and Family laws are not only highly complex but are also often emotionally charged because the outcome of the cases bears a significant impact on the clients’ lives. The lawyers and staff at CHUA TINSAY & VEGA understand that only a strong yet compassionate lawyer can competently handle an Immigration or Family law case and achieve the best resolution.
CHUA TINSAY & VEGA takes pride in having successfully represented clients in all areas of U.S. Immigration Law throughout the years, and in helping to facilitate family unity in reuniting families through Family-based and Employment-based petitions, as well as keeping families together through victories in Deportation Defense.
Atty. Dennis E. Chua was admitted to the California State Bar in 1999 and the Philippine Bar in 1990. Mr. Chua has extensive experience in the field of US Immigration Law. He has successfully represented clients in removal/deportation proceedings.
Atty. Jean Tinsay was admitted to the California State Bar in 1993 and the Philippine Bar in 1986. Ms. Tinsay practices in the field of U.S. immigration law. She represents clients in employment and family-based immigration matters.
Atty. Aurora Vega-Buzon was admitted to the California bar in 1995 and the Philippine Bar in 1986. She is also admitted to practice in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. She has over 15 years of practice in Immigration Law where she represents clients from all over the United States.
Atty. Lilli Berbano Baculi was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2012. Having already been with the Firm for a year as a law clerk, she quickly transitioned into her role as an associate attorney taking the lead in the assessment and preparation of cases for immigration – deportation defense, appeal, waiver, adjustment of status, naturalization with past convictions – and family law – divorce, child custody, and child support – through legal research, analysis, and writing (trial briefs, memorandum of points and authorities, appeal briefs), as well as appearing in court on behalf of clients.