Daniel joined Gian-Grasso, Tomczak, & Hufe, P.C. as a paralegal in 2019 where he works directly with the attorneys in preparing various immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions. Daniel earned his bachelor’s degree from Haverford College in Political Science and Spanish in 2016.
While attending Haverford, Daniel’s senior thesis focused on the public opinion of immigration reform among Latinx and Hispanic communities. A significant portion of his coursework focused on American politics and foreign relations with Latin American countries.
Prior to joining Gian-Grasso, Tomczak, & Hufe, Daniel worked as an intern with a New York City council-member where he provided an array of constituent services regarding issues of immigration, housing, education, and transportation.
Daniel has experience working as a Housing Paralegal at the Legal Aid Society in Brooklyn, New York. Daniel was responsible for helping low-income tenants secure repairs in their apartments and buildings and for hosting Know Your Rights workshops to ensure tenants were not subject to exploitation.
Daniel was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York to Dominican parents and is fluent in Spanish. Through his experiences in his studies and previous work, Daniel is dedicated to helping individuals and families with their immigration issues.