K. Daria Szwajkun (pronounced Shvaikoon) obtained her law degree from Boston University School of Law and served on the Boston University International Law Journal. During law school, she also clerked with the US Environmental Protection Agency in Boston. Before law school, she obtained her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan School of Business Administration in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with a major in Accounting.
After graduating law school, she held positions in a variety of fields, such as: appellate law with the State of Michigan Appellate Court, taxes with an international accounting firm, litigation, estate planning, and general practice.
While gaining experience in various areas of the law, she handled several immigration matters, and realized that this field was the most interesting and rewarding for her. This is partly because immigration law encompasses all issues of life: employment, business, marriage, divorce, children, taxes, and criminal matters, among other things.
Daria is also the daughter of WWII refugee-immigrants from Ukraine. After the fall of the Soviet Union, she was sought out by many people seeking political asylum. Seeing a demand in immigration law and wanting to help people, she established her own law practice.
Szwajkun is a sole practitioner and, as a result, you will always obtain guidance, advice, and communication directly from her — not from an associate or paralegal. And, she only practices in the area of immigration law. In this manner, you will always receive the best and most effective representation.
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