Immigration Attorneys

Olga V Aksenenko, Esq

Los Angeles, CA

About Olga V Aksenenko, Esq

Olga V. Aksenenko is an immigration attorney and partner of Altaviam International Law Office based in Moscow and Los Angeles. Aksenenko, who has practiced law for more than 12 years, focuses on business and investment immigration and admissibility waivers.

Aksenenko is also a partner of the Los Angeles Immigration Center, which works with clients seeking immigration based on extraordinary abilities and the EB-5 program.

Aksenenko has experience working with cross-border commercial transactions among the U.S., Europe, and Russia, high-value international commercial contracts, investment and corporate structures, investment immigration matters, and real estate matters associated with direct EB-5 investments for major U.S. corporations and law firms. Also, she’s experienced working with currency regulation and Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions.

Before joining Altaviam and Los Angeles Immigration Center, Olga was taking managing legal positions with Exxon Mobil where she handled complex issues of finance, international law, cross-border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, business immigration, and real estate. Previously, Aksenenko was a lawyer with Globe Specialty Metals Inc. in New York, focusing on corporate law, business Immigration, real estate law, and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings.

Aksenenko holds two master’s degrees in law, one from Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law in Philadelphia, Pa. and the other from Russian State University, formerly Kaliningrad State University. She also has a master’s degree in economics (finance and credit). Aksenenko is admitted to practice law in Russia and New York. She speaks English and Russian.

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