About Yuri Tsyganov
Yuri Tsyganov is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the founding partner of The Law Offices of Yuri Tsyganov, PL., located in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Attorney Tsyganov has worked on family-based, fiance- and marriage- based visas; and asylum, business, investor, naturalization and citizenship petitions, in addition to representing clients in removal and deportation cases in immigration courts. His legal practice is also extended to handling foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, commercial and residential closings, family law, and criminal defense cases. An active part of the Russian community in South Florida, Attorney Tsyganov also works in conjunction with foreign and local firms to assist them with complicated employee legal issues.
The Law Offices of Yuri Tsyganov, PL has a sound presence in the legal world, with three locations in Florida and one in Moscow. Apart from handling petitions and complicated legal cases, the firm also strives to provide a welcoming experience in the United States for its clients. The attorneys continue to assist their clients even after they receive their visa or green card from USCIS. The attorneys at the firm have a profound understanding of the needs of their clients ranging from finding a home, school or a business, to filing tax documents.
Attorney Tsyganov maintains a blog on his homepage to provide legal advice and share the latest news from the immigration law industry.
Attorney Tsyganov has a dual bachelor’s degree in Russian studies and political science from Rutgers University, was a part of the pre-law society and was consistently placed on the Dean’s List during his undergraduate career. He received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Board Law Center in 2009. He continued to excel in both academic and extracurricular departments while in law school, was a Student Bar Association representative and took part in the distinguished Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Competition in Vienna.
Attorney Tsyganov is licensed to practice law at the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida and the Florida Bar.