Our Partners

Please select an appointment slot and we will contact you shortly to confirm!

Established in 2009, Sterling Law is registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) and Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) at the highest 3rd Level which allows dealing with the most complex immigration and human rights cases. Based in London, Sterling Law covers a range of fields including immigration, employment law, all civil disputes and criminal law cases. Providing expert assistance in individual safeguarding their legal rights and access to justice. Being an international firm, lawyers from Sterling Law are fluent in more than 15 languages including English, Mandarin, Hindi and Russian. With more than 15 years of combined experience in the fields of UK and EU immigration law, employment, commercial and more, Sterling Law presents outstanding records of successful results at affordable fees.

Ruslan Kosarenko

Managing Partner
Ruslan Kosarenko is a principal partner of Sterling Law. Ruslan has 11 years of experience in immigration law practice with particular expertise in complex human rights cases, including family reunion and asylum cases at both initial application and appeal levels. He is accredited at the highest Level 3 with the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC). His practice areas include all types of UK visa applications, naturalisation and EU law applications, and full-scope corporate immigration support. Ruslan has extensive experience in the Points-Based System (PBS), including sponsored migrants, highly-skilled migrants, entrepreneurs and investors.

Aliya Rimshelis

Immigration Lawyer
Aliya Rimshelis is a Level 1 OISC accredited immigration adviser with experience in UK immigration law. She has a proven track record of successfully managing projects, meeting deadlines and producing positive results. Aliya specialises in UK immigration law and EU law in particular she has an experience in further leave to remain applications and entry clearance applications such as UK family migration application s (e.g. spouse visas, child of a settled parent), EEA applications, point based system applications (e.g. Tier 1 (Start-Up and Innovator), Tier 1(Investor), Tier 2), settlement, indefinite leave to remain and naturalisation applications. Aliya is also assisting senior caseworkers with complex cases and appeal matters.

Katsiaryna Pazniak

Legal Advisor
Katsiaryna Pazniak is an intellectual property legal adviser with a wide experience in business and IP strategy planning. Katsiaryna’s main focus is the intellectual property services for startups, entrepreneurs, business and personal needs. She specialises in trademark registration, brand protection, patents, copyright, design law and prevention of IP risks and unfair competition. Her focus includes data protection advice and compliance, GDPR regulation, misleading advertising control, special IT and AI regulations and online reputation management. Katsiaryna specialises in Tier 4 (Student) and Tier 5 (Internship) applications.

Inna Semeniuk

Trainee Solicitor
Inna Semeniuk has a special interest in Immigration Law in particular in cases raising human rights issues. Inna has completed the Oxford Blockchain Programme at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School which consolidates relevant information on blockchain for business leaders and innovators by showcasing best use cases, value propositions, and implementation strategies in the blockchain industry.

Michael Iatsukha

Trainee Solicitor
Michael specializes in Commercial and Corporate law. He has vast experience in IT, IP and International Law. Part of his job is focused on researching the various possibilities and use cases of applying blockchain technology in real life areas and the arising legal challenges along the way. Michael is proactively engaged in research and pursuit of new business and legal opportunities in uncommon areas of law, such as cryptocurrency. Michael helps us navigate through the UK’s legal and regulatory framework and coordinating with the regulatory authorities.