Eileen S M Chun

Also known as Eileen Chun-Fruto

Eileen S M Chun

Immigration Attorney

Los Angeles, CA





No Misconduct


Spanish , Cantonese

Practice Areas

Client Reviews

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Thank God for Eileen

Posted by: Robert about 3 years ago.

Since moving to the US from Canada in 2005, Eileen has helped me first with a TN Visa, then my wife's H1B, then an O-1 for myself, and just recently...

I was fortunate have been referred to Eileen

Posted by: Jordan about 3 years ago.

A college friend of mine referred me to Eileen about 7 years ago. Back then I was graduating from college and had hired another INS lawyer firm (a...
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Showing 2 of 4 peer endorsements

James Charles Shields
James Shields

Torrance, CA

About 1 month ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer with no reservation. An extremely talented and well respected attorney in the legal community. Very hardworking and diligent....
Kendall David Coffman
Kendall Coffman

San Mateo, CA

Over 1 year ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Eileen and I were classmates in law school. I remember her as being intelligent, hard-working and diligent. Place her on your "short list" of...
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1998 License Status: Active for the state of California.
Last updated by Avvo: 09/17/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez, LLP


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undergraduate in

Univ of California Irvine


Showing 1 of 8 awards

2012 Selected for Rising Star List 2012

Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition


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2009- present Executive Committee

Los Angeles County Bar Association

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2012 Seriously, I Really Am Extraordinary! ...Aren't I?

25th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference

Speaking Engagements

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2014 Achieving the H-1B Visa in the Marketing and Communications Industry

at USC Annenberg Career Services Seminar

2014 Tackling the Increasing Non- immigrant Visa Challenges at Service Centers

at AILA Southern California Chapters Conference

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