Attorney Lena Nevsky was born in Leningrad, former Soviet Union, where she graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the Herzen University in St. Petersburg. She came to the United States as a refugee in 1989 and lived in the greater New York area for 28 years. In 1995, Lena graduated from Stern School of Business of New York University with an MBA (Master of Business Administration) degree in Finance, and then earned a DJ (Juris Doctor) degree, Cum Laude, at Seton Hall University in the State of New Jersey. Lena is licensed to practice law in the States of New York (2001) and New Jersey (2000). Prior to opening her own private practice in 2002, Lena Nevsky worked at a prestigious law firm in Manhattan, New York.
Attorney Lena Nevsky has been practicing immigration law since 2000 and has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 2001. Since the immigration law is federal law, Lena has the right to represent clients at the USCIS, EOIR (U.S. Immigration Court and Board of Immigration Appeals) and other appellate bodies located in all 50 states of the United States. Until 2018, she had an office in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey, and in 2018 Lena realized her long-term dream and moved to live and work in Hawaii, island of Oahu, where she continues to practice exclusively immigration law and to represent clients located in all US States and abroad.