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Welcome to Sakhniuk Immigration Law

We are a boutique law firm specializing in Immigration and Nationality Law. We provide affordable legal representation for individuals and businesses located in all 50 states and abroad.


We represent individual clients before the USCIS, the Department of Labor, U.S. Consulates and Embassies abroad, and the Board of Immigration Appeals. We will help you to get a green card and U.S. citizenship, immigrant and nonimmigrant visas, bring your relatives into the United States in a timely fashion, keep your legal permanent resident status, extend or change your status while in the U.S., appeal visa denials, etc.


Our attorneys speak Ukrainian, Russian and English. We are dedicated to providing legal work of the highest caliber in the most cost effective manner. Since we exclusively practice immigration law, we are able to devote all of our efforts to maintaining the highest degree of professionalism in this complex field of law.


We distinguish ourselves from other law firms by offering unmatched level of responsiveness and personalized attention.  As our client, you will always work directly with an experienced attorney who is familiar with your legal affairs and committed to meeting and exceeding your expectations.


We invite you to experience the Sakhniuk Immigration Law difference for yourself.

Why Choose Us?

Weekend and Evening Appointments

We understand that due to busy working schedule, you are not able to meet with an attorney to discuss your case during the week. We have Saturday and evening appointments available for you.

First Consultation is Free

We provide an initial consultation to our potential clients by phone, Skype or in person for free. If you are interested in discussing your case with us, give us a call at 224-578-2282 or send us email at attorney@myusaimmigration.com

Flat fees and payment plans

Most of our cases are flat payment based, meaning that you have to conveniently pay fixed prices for the legal services. Also, our law firm offers flexible payment plans that would allow you to make monthly payments that will be easier to pay and not affect your budget.

Your case tracker

We use the latest technologies to protect our clients' information and keep them informed about the status of their case. Clients are provided with a user name and password to utilize our secure case management system to efficiently manage their immigration case. Our systems include secure messaging to the attorney, detailed questionnaires, the ability to scan and upload supporting documents to a client specific secure profile. And the most important our clients have 24/7 access to this electronic case management system, enabling them to get an update of their cases from any location with Internet connection.


Pro Bono Work

Our firm is committed to providing pro bono services as part of our professional responsibility to provide access to the legal system for the poor and marginalized people in Ukrainian community. As such we provide free or low cost representation to Ukrainian immigrants who cannot afford legal services in the U.S. You will receive the exact same care and attention as the paying clients. Taking pro bono work is decided by an attorney on case-by-case basis. Additionaly Immigration Law Group closely collaborates with Not-For-Profit organization Ukrainian Women in Business in this matter and appreciates the opportunity to be able to give back to the community.

Clients Testimonials

Immigration Questions

Greencard holder outside the country and haven't filed taxes. Will I have a problem at reentry?
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Can we apply for an E-2 Investor Visa for a business when we already own another business?
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Which visa do students need to be able to work full-time in USA right after their graduation?
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Can a H4 visa dependent work in non profit organization without any pay?
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Will a dui affect my removal proceedings case?
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Homeland security interviewed my neighbors after my USCIS interview. Is that bad?
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I am a permanent Resident turning into U.S. Citizen, should I wait filing for my spouse?
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Am I eligible for citizenship now?
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Can my son apply get a Social Security Number before getting a greencard?
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Can I put my mom under disability? She just go her greencard and she is sick!
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What will happen if I leave the U.S while my AOS is pending?
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Is medical license a pre requisite for H1B submission?
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Will applying for foodstamps affect my husbands uscis case? I am the petitioner and we have a sponsor.
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After giving DNA test as second evidence, how long take time to bring siblings to usa? I am a US citizen.
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Do you need a birth certificate to get a mexican id?
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I am a green card holder at the age of 70s, and want to apply for medicare in Georgia. Will this make me a public charge ?
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Concern about age difference and it's effect on obtaining a Greencard.
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My fiance was deported back to Mexico about 2 yrs ago. If we get married in Mexico will he ever be able to come back legally?
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Can my husband make a family reunification?
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I have to emergency travel too see my sick mom outside the USA. I have no status in the US. What are my options?
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I am married to two ladies will my DS260 be denied and what do i answer with respect to the 'do I intend to practice pologamy ?
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I need an opinion from immigration atty/attys that had experience about how to process the very complicated case.
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I am international student and was charged with family assault a class c misdemeanor, will that affect my reinstatement process
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Cross Chargeability for Adjustment of Status? What is it and can I benefit from it?
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