About Alina Kaganovsky, Esq

Alina Kaganovsky immigrated from the former Soviet Union to the United States when she was a child and grew up in New York City. She graduated New York University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 2001. In 2007, she earned her Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School. Alina Kaganovsky is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. She is registered with the Executive Office of Immigration Review to represent clients in all U.S. Immigration Courts and with United States Customs and Immigration Services throughout the U.S.  

Alina is keeps her finger on the pulse of the latest legal developments and adapts new technology to provide innovative legal immigration services better and faster. She’s a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the New York County Lawyers Association and the New York City Bar Association. Alina also committed to pro bono efforts and supports the Immigration Justice Campaign as a volunteer attorney. 

When Alina takes on a case, she is unrelenting in investigating her clients’ cases and creative with her development of strategies carefully designed to protect her clients benefit from her considerable knowledge, experience and intense personal investment. 

As an attorney, Alina’s legal experience began at Mobilization for Justice where she focused on kinship care and immigration. Motivated to stabilize families, she learned to provide the highest quality direct legal assistance while gaining insight into policy advocacy and impact litigation.  Later, Alina worked as an Associate Attorney at Smotritsky Law Group where she represented over 75 clients in EOIR Immigration Courts and dozens more in applications before USCIS.  In 2019, she opened Alina Kaganovsky Law, PLLC with a client-centered approach to focus on immigration and naturalization matters. ​

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Alina Kaganovsky, Esq. is an attorney licensed to practice law in New York, New Jersey and
in all U.S. Immigration Courts