Tania T. Nuñez Amador is a southern-California based attorney who has been licensed since 2013. Ms. Nuñez Amador, who is originally from Guadalajara, Jalisco, received both her B.A. and J.D. from UCLA. In undergrad, she graduated summa cum laude with honors in double majors, Linguistics and Anthropology. During law school, she was a recipient of the 2010 Diversity Scholarship awarded by the California Bar Foundation and served as the managing editor of the Pacific Basin Law Journal for 3 years. Ms. Nuñez Amador also spent time volunteering with the Reentry Clinic, Innocence Project, Public Counsel, and Don’t Sell Bodies.
After graduating from UCLA School of Law, Ms. Nuñez Amador worked in entertainment law, until she decided to pursue her passion to help others. As an immigrant who was awarded many opportunities in the U.S., she decided to dedicate her legal practice to help other immigrants navigate the complexity of immigration law.
Ms. Nuñez Amador has practiced immigration law for over 6 years.
She has contributed to local news regarding immigration law and can be found quoted in publications such as Palm Springs-based Newspaper, Desert Sun. Ms. Nuñez Amador also does pro bono work for Esperanza Catholic Charities representing women and children with asylum cases.
We are committed to serving San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley, as well as immigrants all over the world. If you want to legally live and work in the U.S. as someone from a different country or want to sponsor a family member so that he or she can join you in the U.S., you will need to contend with the country's immigration system.
The U.S. immigration law is complex, making it important for you to have strong legal representation to help you navigate through its intricacies. Mistakes that you might make on the required petitions and supporting documents can result in denials. Our experienced immigration lawyers have the legal knowledge and skill that are necessary to make your petitions and applications likelier to succeed. We also understand how to secure relief for people who are facing many different types of immigration problems.