|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2012||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2012|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2011||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2011|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2008||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2008|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2007||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2007|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2006||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2006|
|Selected for Rising Star List 2005||Los Angeles Magazine, Super Lawyers Edition||2005|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Japanese American Bar Association||1999|
|Certificate of Appreciation||Japanese American Bar Association||1998|
|Of Counsel||Komura & Ho, LLP||2015 - Present|
|Immigration Attorney||Chun Fruto Law Corporation||2014 - Present|
|Senior Attorney||Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez, LLP||2012 - 2014|
|Partner||Fong & Chun, LLP||2002 - 2012|
|Associate Attorney||Law Offices of Eng & Nishimura||1998 - 2002|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association||Executive Committee||2009 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|UC Davis Immigration Law Clinic Alumni Council||Member||2009 - 2010|
|27th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference||Finding the “Special” in Specialty Current Trends in H-1B Adjudication||2014|
|25th Annual AILA California Chapters Conference||Seriously, I Really Am Extraordinary! ...Aren't I?||2012|
|Univ of California Irvine||N/A||undergraduate||N/A|
|UC Davis SOL King Hall||N/A||law||N/A|
|USC Annenberg Career Services Seminar||Achieving the H-1B Visa in the Marketing and Communications Industry||2014|
|Nuts & Bolts of Immigration Law||Employment-based Visas||2014|
|California Chapters Conference||Finding the “Special” in Specialty Current Trends in H-1B Adjudication||2014|
|AILA Southern California Chapters Conference||Tackling the Increasing Non- immigrant Visa Challenges at Service Centers||2014|
|Webinar||Solving Unlawful Presence Immigration Problems for Professionals and Families||2013|
|Continuing Legal Education Speaker||Visa Options for Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners||2013|
|Continuing Legal Education Moderator||Reverse Engineering the Perfect H-1B Case: From RFE back to Nuts and Bolts||2013|
|Membership Meeting||Immigration Basics for Realtors Seeking Foreign Investor Clients||2012|
|Continuing Legal Education-Speaker||Current Issues in Employment-Based Immigration: How to Increase the Likelihood of Success for your Clients||2012|
|Continuing Legal Education-Emcee||Still the Gold Mountain: EB-5 Strategies and Recent Developments||2012|
|California Chapters Conference - Speaker||Extraordinary Ability Visas||2012|
|Continuing Legal Education-Speaker||RFE's What? Are You Kidding?||2010|
|National Solo and Small Firm Conference-Speaker||Web -Based Marketing for Small & Solo Practitioners||2009|
|Continuing Legal Education-Moderator||Wishing on a Star: Preparing O-1 Visas||2009|
|Continuing Legal Education-Speaker||Religious Workers||2008|
|Asian Pacific Student Group Discussion-Speaker||Women in the Law||1999|
Posted by Robert
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 she secured Green Cards for my entire family.
Along the way she has shown herself to be an expert in her field, a tireless worker and perhaps most importantly, I knew that she cared about our family. If there was a way to help us, she would find it. I almost wish there was another status to go for so that we could keep working with her.
At one point, the company I worked for asked me to go to another immigration attorney who "specializes" in O-1 visas. After thousands of dollars, many mistakes, and a great deal of frustration were expended on the other attorney, we went back to Eileen who made the same task seem easy.
Posted by Jordan
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 big one) to help me with my CPT filing and an H1B visa. Long story short they made a mess of things and without Eileen's help I don't think I could have stayed in the country much longer, let alone work. Eileen was with me every step of the way, helped me and my employer file the right documents quickly and I was able to start working.
Since then Eileen has helped me file for H1B with extensions, two change of employers, an employment green card application, which as you all know in the last few years is a total nightmare. Eileen was always there with excellent advise, always proactive and with "better early and safe than sorry" attitude. I am now married and looking forward to the citizenship application, Eileen is the only lawyer I would trust with it.
I highly recommend Eileen and have referred her services many times to fellow immigrants. I have seen good and bad INS lawyers and she is amongst the best.
Posted by anonymous
I have been a client of Fong & Chun for over 10-years and I want to share my experience knowing that both Eileen and the firm are behind me at any time I need them has been such a great support as I have called upon them nearly every year.
I was also told by the HR Director of the major national firm that employees me that Eileen is one of the best immigration lawyers they had dealt with during an immigration transaction.
Both Eileen and Fong and Chun have always taken care of me, responded to unique situations and timeframes, and have been as much a friend to me as they are my lawyers.