The Ukraine Immigration Task Force is a volunteer legal coalition that seeks to help Ukrainians fleeing war find refuge in the United States. Our members number over 100 attorneys and policy professionals who represent a broad spectrum of immigration and related practices, as well as nonprofit and advocacy organizations.

We assist Ukrainians with the U.S. immigration process by:

  • interacting with the Ukrainian and American communities to learn issues affecting Ukrainians seeking refuge in the United States
  • providing guidance and clarification on key immigration topics in multiple languages
  • informing the legal community, policymakers, and the general public about relevant legal developments affecting Ukrainians
  • partnering with national and local organizations to offer webinars, legal clinics, and pro bono assistance
  • communicating with agencies and elected officials to provide input and receive timely updates
  • advocating for regulatory and legislative improvements to the immigration process

Our advocacy initiatives have included:

  • expediting employment authorizations
  • expanding TPS eligibility dates and expediting applications
  • pushing for a Ukrainian Adjustment Act
  • ensuring safe and efficient entry for adults and minors
  • amending E-3 visas to include Ukraine
  • granting Ukraine Priority 2 designation under the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program
  • increasing funding for Lautenberg application processing
  • communicating consular challenges encountered by Ukrainians abroad
  • raising awareness about abuse and exploitation of newly arriving Ukrainians
  • educating the public about risks of victimization and human trafficking facing vulnerable Ukrainians, particularly women and children


Learn More

To learn more about our Ukraine Immigration Task Force, sign up to volunteer, or join our online community, please fill out the form.




Educational Initiatives

To learn about our educational initiatives, advocacy efforts, or how to collaborate with us, please fill out the form.