Yuri BirgSince 1991, Yuri Birg, the founder of Chicago Law Group has been assembling a team of talented attorneys and other talented professionals who are focused on achieving the best possible results for our clients.
Alexander VrbanoffAlexander Vrbanoff has over 26 years of courtroom experience in Immigration Law, including Immigration Litigation, Deportation Defense and Appeals. He has extensive experience and much success with Political Asylum, Family-Based Immigration and related matters, such as counselor processing.

Alexander Vrbanoff solves complex citizenship issues, including citizenship exam waivers. Alexander Vrbanoff has achieved much success with O-Visas and P-Visas, with many successful approvals for singers, musicians, actors, various other performers, athletes, and coaches. He represents many entertainment and sports venues.

During over 26 years of practicing law, Alexander Vrbanoff has developed an excellent reputation with immigration judges and other attorneys. In fact, a significant portion of his practice involves referrals from other attorneys, including immigration attorneys. Alexander Vrbanoff’s experience includes Employment and Business Immigration Issues. He also assists companies with immigration compliance issues.
Godfrey Y. MuwongeGodfrey Y. Muwonge has over 20 years of courtroom and appeals experience in Immigration Law. He brought the benchmark Niam v. Ashcroft case to the U.S. Court of Appeals in defense of immigrants, causing the U.S. Court of Appeals (7th Circuit) to rebuke the Immigration Judges and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) for a pattern of serious misapplication of the law . Godfrey has appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court and before a number of the U.S. Federal Appellate Circuit Courts. He has extensive appellate experience before the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and extensive experience before the Immigration Courts. Godfrey has the knowledge and experience to handle the most complex immigration and Citizenship issues, including appeals, motions to reopen and motions to reconsider, waivers, VAWA, U-Visa, Asylum Court Hearings, as well as family-based immigration issues.

Godfrey Muwonge was the first attorney to address the State Bar of Wisconsin on the problem of criminal convictions in state courts affecting immigrants’ status, adjustment and possible removal issues. He is a frequent advisor to criminal defense lawyers on Immigration Law issues. He is member of the Board of Directors of The Immigrant Defense Organization and an of-counsel attorney to the Catholic Services Legal Services of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, where he instructs and mentors young immigration lawyers.