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Myra Valencia Azucena
Managing Attorney - Lead Attorney
Ms. Azucena immigrated to the United States in 1984 from Manila, Philippines.
Her father, an entrepreneur, uprooted his family of eight to build a new life in the
U.S. Her passion for immigration law began with her own immigrant experience.
Ms. Azucena has extensive experience in immigration law. She has successfully
represented hundreds of individuals in deportation/removal proceedings at the
Executive Office of Immigration Review, Immigration Court and the United States
Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) in the United States and abroad.
Rodrigo R. Azucena
Director of Business Development
Mr. Azucena was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended private
school in San Jose, California from grade school through high school.
Continuing his education in the UC system he graduated from the University of
California Santa Cruz in 2001. Mr. Azucena continued to pursue his passion
for business and attended graduate school at California State University.
Jr. Legal Assistant
Ms. Interiano was raised in the Southern California area and has lived there her
entire life. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and minor in Applied
Psychology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2017. Ms.
Interiano has been exposed to many cultures and acknowledges the importance
of cultural diversity as she had the opportunity to study abroad in Madrid, Spain
in the Fall of 2017. During this time she visited six foreign countries and
interacted with people from different ethnic backgrounds.