About Us

Schach Law Group, APC

Andrew Schach is the Managing Attorney with Schach Law Group, APC in the Sacramento office.

Andrew Schach is the Managing Attorney with Schach Law Group, APC in the Sacramento office. Mr. Schach’s immigration practice involves family-based immigration, non-immigrant visas, removal defense, and asylum law.

Mr. Schach graduated from University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Management. He earned his Master in Business Administration from University of Missouri, Columbia, Crosby MBA program. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.

While in law school, Mr. Schach worked as a law clerk for a federal judge after interning for McGeorge School of Law on campus clinics.

Committed to public interest, Mr. Schach volunteers his time at many community based pro-bono legal clinics in Sacramento including the Annual McGeorge Naturalization Fair at McGeorge School of Law, DACA Fair at the Sacramento Food Bank, OneJustice Pro Bono Justice Bus Program and Catholic Charities clinics held in California and Nevada.

Mr. Schach’s great-great-grandfather, Christian Schach, immigrated to the United States from Hamburg in January 29, 1879.  The boat he rode, Wieland, arrived in New York in the fall of 1879.  He settled in the midwest as a farmer and was later naturalized as a United States citizen in 1884.  Most United States citizens immigrated from another country.  Mr. Schach is dedicated to helping other families realize the beginning to their new lives in the United States.

Mr. Schach is admitted to the State Bar of Missouri and is licensed to practice immigration law in all 50 states.

Family Immigration Opportunities

Welcome to the Schach Law Group

Green Card

Green cards are available through family, employment, special immigrant status, refugee or asylee status, human trafficking or crime victims, victims of abuse, and other nuanced categories. Speak with an immigration attorney to review your options.


​You must have held a green card for at least three years, living in the United States for the last three years with your spouse, have been physically present in the United States at least 18 months out of the last three years. You also must be able to read/write/speak English (some exceptions exist), have knowledge of United States history and government, and have good moral character.

Deportation Defense

If you are nervous about your court appearance, or unsure of your options, seek assistance from an immigration attorney. Notarios are not licensed within the court and may offer information that is invalid. If you are feeling uneasy, reach out to an immigration attorney at this stage. If you wait too long, your statements in court may make it more difficult for your attorney to later represent you.

Work Permit

Work permits are available through Family petitions and Business petitions. Working without citizenship, a green card or a work permit may cause an issue for future applications.


Practice Areas

We assist with affirmative cases, defensive cases, asylum, or help save cases that have been filed without professional help. We will give you your options straight, with no promises or lies.

Schach Law Group, APC is an immigration law firm.  We have experienced attorneys focused on family immigration, naturalization, green cards and deportation defense.  We counsel those with TPS and DACA to determine their options. We strive to provide quality service at a flat rate. We offer payment plans and free consultations with attorneys, not staff.


We offer flat rate pricing and low down payments. We do not prioritize requests according to the amount you pay and we do not bill by the hour as we fight for you. We want to celebrate the wins with you, we understand the difficult choices you have had to make. 


We offer many payments to suit your needs


Based on your personal experiences and current status, we will work with you to determine your options and aid you in your decisions moving forward.


We take Venmo, cash, or money orders as payments