Daniel is also a partner, and practices in all areas of immigration law, but with a primary focus on litigation. Further to his litigation work for his clients, Daniel also guides his clients through their complicated in-land applications for permanent residence. He regularly appears at immigration litigation matters before the Federal Court, as well as the Immigration and Refugee Board, and has also appeared before many other courts and tribunals since 1995.
Daniel also represents his clients for complex immigration applications, in particular on humanitarian and compassionate grounds, family class sponsorships that involve different types of inadmissibility, as well as applications for criminal rehabilitation. His insight is frequently sought after by many publications, including the Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, NOW Magazine, and the Korean Times.
Dan makes frequent trips to South Korea for client meetings, and is fluent in French and conversant in Korean.