The Nuñez Firm strives to distinguish itself by focusing on providing honest and helpful advice along with aggressive representation. Unlike other firms that accept all types of cases, The Nuñez Firm is dedicated solely to immigration law. This allows us to better serve our Laguna Niguel clients' immigration needs.
With experience in both business and family-based immigration matters, The Nuñez Firm can help you with naturalization, marriage-based green cards, work authorization, labor certification, extreme hardship waivers, domestic violence green cards, fiancé visas, investor visas, intra-company transfers, student visas, victim of crime visas, human trafficking victim visas, deportation defense, H-1B visas, entertainer visas, professional visas and asylum among many other immigration matters.
Managing Attorney Jay Nuñez has helped clients from all over the world including Ukraine, Vietnam, Germany, Mexico, Israel, Italy, Canada, Philippines, China, Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, Rwanda, Malawi, France, England, El Salvador, Guatemala and Brazil among others. He is licensed to represent immigration clients in each and every immigration court in the United States, and he is a member in good standing of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Laguna Niguel is a city located in southern Orange County. The name "Laguna Niguel" is derived from the Spanish word "Laguna" which means lagoon, and the word "Nigueli" which was the name of a Juaneño Indian village that was once located on Aliso Creek. The population was 61,891 at the 2000 census. The city was built after 1980 as an unincorporated master planned community located in the San Joaquin Hills near Laguna Beach. It borders Laguna Beach, Dana Point, San Juan Capistrano, Mission Viejo, Laguna Hills, and Aliso Viejo. Laguna Niguel is located on what was the Mexican land grant of Juan Avila. When California became a US territory in 1848, Juan Avila had to legally battle to retain ownership of the land, which cost him significantly. Avila retained ownership until 1865, when a severe drought killed off most of his cattle.
Contact our office to discuss your immigration situation, goals and options. Many aspects of immigration law are time-sensitive so don't delay. The options available to you today might not be available in the future, so contact the Nuñez Firm for an immigration consultation.