George Chumillo Attorney At Law

George H. Chumillo

Attorney at Law

Mr. Chumillo is an attorney and in house counsel to multiple corporations.  His areas of practice include immigration and personal injury, in house counsel for nonprofit corporations, contracts, corporate debt collection, property, human resources, government compliance and grant management. 

Mr. Chumillo completed his undergrad in International Studies of Latin America at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.  Before becoming an attorney, he became a certified educator in the state of Texas with 4 years of teaching experience in the pre-k through high school levels. He went on to graduate from St Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas with a certificate in Pro Bono services; he is a member in good standing of the State Bar of Texas.  During law school he attended the World Institute for Legal Studies at the University of Innsbruck in Austria as a student and teachers assistant.  Mr. Chumillo also participated in the St Mary’s university Center for legal Justice, Civil Justice Clinic for two years assisting indigent clients receive legal assistance.

Mr. Chumillo is an avid traveler and has visited twenty seven countries and lived in El Salvador and Austria before settling back in Texas.  He is fluent in Spanish and enjoys practicing other languages including French, Italian, and German.  Mr. Chumillo is the son of two immigrants, now naturalized U.S. Citizens.  His father and mother are originally from Uruguay and Ecuador respectively where Mr. Chumillo has traveled extensively.  Mr. Chumillo volunteers his time serving on the boards of two nonprofits organizations.  San Antonio Region Justice For Our Neighbors (Vice Chair), a Methodist Immigration Ministry and San Antonio Foster and Adoption Services, Inc.  He lives in San Antonio, with his wife, son, and newborn daughter. 


St Mary’s University, School of Law, J.D.- 2006 graduate

Texas A&M University, B.A., International Studies of Latin America (Class of 98, Whoop!)

State Bar of Texas, Attorney Member

Certified Texas Educator Certificate 2002-2014


State Bar of Texas, Attorney Member

Westover Hills Assembly of God, Deacon, Men’s Leadership Team

San Antonio Region Justice for our Neighbors – Vice Chair

San Antonio Foster and Adoption Services, Inc. – Board Member

Finesilver Ranch Homeowners Association – Board Member

Aggie Bar Association

San Antonio Texas A&M Alumni Club

St Mary’s University Alumni Association

St Mary’s University Hispanic law alumni Association

Texas A&M Alumni Association

Stan Shafer

Stanley P. (Stan) Shafer 
Immigration Case Manager

Mr. Shafer retired from the Department of Homeland Security, Bureau  of Citizenship and Immigration Services in 2011, after more than 16 years of service. He began his career in immigration at the Port of Entry at Laredo, Texas as an Immigration Inspector. In 1997, Mr. Shafer was transferred to Bush International Airport, Houston, Texas, where he continued working as an Immigration Inspector.  Soon thereafter, he was selected to be an Adjudications Officer at the Houston District Office of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In 2007, Mr. Shafer was transferred to the San Antonio District Office where he served as an Adjudications Officer until his retirement.  During his years of service with the INS and later CIS, he conducted thousands of interviews of aliens desiring to become lawful permanent residents and lawful permanent residents becoming citizens.

Prior to working for the Federal Government, Mr. Shafer had a career in the United States military, serving in the US Marine Corps from 1962 -1966 as an infantryman and from 1969- 1985 in the US Army as a rotary wing aviator. Mr. Shafer served tours of duty in Viet Nam with both the US Marine Corps and the US Army. During his years in the military, he also served in Okinawa, Japan, The Republic of Korea and Germany.  

Mr. Shafer was born in Australia during the latter part of World War II. His mother was an Australian citizen and his father was an American soldier. He immigrated to the United States in 1948 and grew up in Texas.


Kansas State University, Masters of Science, Education

Kansas State University, Bachelors of Science, Social Sciences

Wichita State University, Bachelors of science, Administration of Justice

University of the State of New York, Business Administration


Union Lodge #7, Ancient Free an Accepted Masons

Alzafar Shrine Temple

Military Order of the Purple Heart

Holy Trinity Catholic Church, San Antonio, Texas

Veterans of Foreign Wars

American Legion

DUSTOFF Pilots Association