immigration law firm

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based in san diego, ca

Meet Attorney Luna

Attorney Luna is owner and lead attorney of Luna & Associates with offices based in San Diego, California and Tijuana, Mexico. His principal area of practice is immigration law. Since 1997, Cesar Luna has represented numerous individuals as well as corporate clients in an array of immigration matters including deportation defense, family immigration, asylum, business and investor’s visa petitions. Additionally, he has prior experience with environmental law and policy, as well as civil litigation. Attorney Luna is a member in good standing with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). His regular appearances in local media and seminars throughout Southern California have given him special notoriety and prestige within this community. Attorney Luna is fully proficient in Spanish.

Our Services

Business & Student Visas

Non-Immigrant visas

Citizenship & Naturalization

How to become a U.S. Citiszen

Asylum Representation

For persons who fear returning to their country of origin.


Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals



Immigration Detention

Detention by immigration authorities

Obtaining a Green Card

Adjustment of Status

Removal & Deportation Proceedings

Defense against removal and deportation


An option for those who have been deemed to be inadmissible to the U.S.

immigration news

Title 42 Update

As of May 23rd, 2022 Title 42 remains in effect. Title 42 is a public health provision that denies migrants an opportunity to request asylum in the United States.

On May 20th, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Summerhays in Lafeyette, Louisiana ruled that Title 42 needs to remain in place in response to a lawsuit filed by 22 states.



immigration news

DACA Update

As of December 7th, 2020 USCIS ( Citizenship & Immigration Services) is now accepting new DACA applications as well as requests for Advance Parole. An Advance Parole allows a DACA recipient to travel under special circumstances. Work permits for DACA recipients are also extended to their previous term of 2 years. 

community services

We Can Do It All. 

Contact us today to schedule a Community workshop

consultations through the mexican consulate

consultations and immigration services through the family justice center

community workshops

know your rights presentations

From Our staff

What the return of DACA means for our communities. 

” The return of DACA means a new found hope for so many immigrant families and their dreams.”

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2615 Camino del rio south

suite 400

san diego, CA 92108