Satsita Muradova is a Legal Analyst at Benach Collopy, LLP. Satsita assists attorneys in preparing, filing, and monitoring all types of complex immigration cases, including asylum, deportation, family/employment-based immigration petitions, consular processing of non-immigrant and immigrant visas, waivers of inadmissibility, and naturalization applications.
Prior to joining Benach Collopy LLP, Satsita was a senior paralegal for the litigation practice at Maggio-Kattar, PC.
Satsita Muradova was born in Grozny, Soviet Union (USSR). Before coming to the United States, she worked as a lawyer for Human Rights Organization Memorial in Russia. At Memorial she provided legal assistance on behalf of Internally Displaced Persons (“IDPs”) from Chechnya and North Ossetia and filed cases in Russian courts and the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) regarding human rights violations committed during the military conflict in North Caucasus.
Satsita holds a Law Degree from the Chechen State University in Grozny, Russian Federation. In December 2020, Satsita received her L.L.M. (Masters of Laws) from American University and will be taking the bar exam soon. However, she is not yet licensed to practice law in the United States. Satsita is fluent in Russian and Chechen.