Clients come to Dan for guidance and strategic advice on all types of U.S. immigration matters. Dan practices in the fields of corporate, investor (E-2 and EB-5) and family immigration law, representing large and small corporate clients within a variety of industries, including finance, technology, sports, fashion, academic institutions and the arts. This includes temporary and short-term work visas, business visas, permanent residence (employment-based and family-based) and naturalization. He also assists start-ups across industries with navigating the U.S. immigration system. In addition, his private client immigration practice focuses on representing high net worth individuals from around the world in identifying and executing strategic immigration options.

Dan is the attorney responsible for a dedicated sports practice within the firm, which involves advising major and minor league sports teams, coaches, and athletes on a wide variety of immigration matters, including temporary work visas and permanent residence through the labor certification process and extraordinary ability classification.

He serves on the firm’s Corporate Compliance Committee, which focuses on the representation of employers during government investigations, I-9 audits and a variety of IRCA issues. He also represents individuals in complex immigration matters related to prior criminal issues and immigration violations.

Dan is active in pro bono and represents victims of domestic violence and those seeking asylum in the United States. 


St. John's University, School of Law | J.D., 2006
Fordham University | B.A., 2003


Recipient, Pro Bono Service Award, St. John’s University School of Law, 2006

Recipient, Equal Justice America Fellowship, 2005

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New York

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, American Bar Association

Member, New York State Bar Association

Member, Sports Lawyers Association

Publications and Lectures

Moderator, “U.S. immigration: Exploring the alternatives, differences and benefits of E-2, EB-1C and L-1A visas.” 2019 EB5 & Uglobal Immigration Expo Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, September 6, 2019.