Advisory Alekseieva

Overcoming boundaries with legal confidence: Your expert in immigration law

About me

I am Nadiia Alekseieva,  a practising independent jurist. I obtained my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in law from the University of Basel. After my academic studies, I gained a wide range of legal experience with various employers. Over the time, I have represented clients before authorities and courts and successfully negotiated out-of-court settlements. I am currently focussing on the following areas of law:

  • Immigration law
  • Employment law
  • Family law
  • Contract law

I mainly serve clients in the German-speaking cantons of Switzerland, in particular in Basel, Aargau, Zurich and Zug. I offer legal advice and services in the following languages:

  • German
  • English
  • Ukrainian
  • Russian
  • Polish (spoken)

As a Ukrainian and Russian-speaking jurist in Switzerland, I am able to handle cross-border legal matters. My goal is to support you with your legal needs in Switzerland and to find customised solutions tailored to your situation.

Nadiia Alekseieva, Advisory Alekseieva, Russian-speaking lawyer in Switzerland, Ukrainian-speaking lawyer in Switzerland


Converting permit F to B or S to B or B to C

Upgrading permit F to B or B to C

Residence permits B and C are crucial for a stable and fulfilling life in Switzerland. If you are interested in upgrading your permit from F to B or from B to C, I am here to help you. If your application for a B or C permit has been rejected and you are considering taking legal action, you can rely on my support. As a practising lawyer, I am happy to advise you on these and similar issues and represent your interests.

Legal advice on migration law in Switzerland

Work permit and business trips to Switzerland

I will be happy to advise you on all matters relating to applying for a work permit, whether for self-employed activities or if you wish to work as an employee in a company. A special work permit may also be required for business trips. In order to find the optimal solution tailored to your needs, I offer you a personalised consultation. I look forward to supporting you in this process.

Will Status S be revoked? How does one obtain asylum in Switzerland? How do I get Status S in Switzerland?

Protection status 'S'

On March 11, 2022, the Swiss Federal Council decided to grant protection status S to individuals fleeing from Ukraine. Do you have questions about this status S in Switzerland? Are you fleeing your home country and planning to apply for status S in Switzerland? Was your application for status S denied or have you been threatened with the revocation of this status? Do you want to learn about your chances of obtaining asylum in Switzerland? In these and similar cases, I am available to assist you with my expertise.

Closeup of Swiss passport


Legal advice on questions relating to citizenship and, if necessary, taking legal action against any rejection of your application for citizenship. I can also represent you in your naturalisation procedure from the beginning, using my legal knowledge and skills to protect your interests in the best possible way.


For Businesses

For Businesses

Would you like to run your innovative business in Switzerland as a self-employed person? Switzerland offers a number of advantages for your business. Or does your already existing company need a work permit for a highly qualified employee from a third country to carry out their activities at your location in Switzerland? I would be happy to provide guidance on all of these or similar questions.

Living in Luzern, Switzerland

Living in Switzerland as a person taxed at a fixed rate

Switzerland has several international advantages: its central geographical location in Central Europe, a high quality of life, privacy, stability and a favourable taxation model for wealthy individuals. I would be happy to support you in all aspects of taking up residence in Switzerland as a flat-rate taxpayer.

Leave Switzerland or Return Home

Leave Switzerland or Return Home

Are you considering emigrating as a Swiss citizen or as a person settled in Switzerland? In such a situation, it is advisable to inform yourself about the potential legal consequences before definitively leaving the country. Emigration may not only raise questions in the area of migration law, but may also affect inheritance law, family law and social security law. 

Contract Law

Contract Law

On your behalf, I draft contracts - including general terms and conditions - or review existing contracts. I can be at your side to advise you during negotiations. I can also assist you with contract extensions, terminations or dispute resolution.

And more

And more

I will be happy to provide you with legal advice and support in matters relating to family reunification, change of canton, downgrading or removal of residence permits, due diligence in relation to business in Ukraine, drafting of expert opinions and other matters upon request. 


Please use the contact form to get in touch with me. You can briefly describe your inquiry, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

You can also contact me by phone on: +41 79 506 97 91

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