About Julie Daniel
Julie Daniel is a practicing EB-5 immigration attorney with the firm Krasnogor & Krasnogor LLP, admitted in the state of Connecticut and New York. Unique as one of the only mother-daughter immigration law partnerships in the country, attorney Daniel upholds the firm’s vision to provide the most knowledgeable, extensive and timely legal service possible. She currently focuses her practice on immigration, consular and naturalization law matters.
Prior to her career as an attorney, attorney Daniel developed a strong educational background, receiving a bachelor’s degree and magna cum laude honors from Brandeis University. Shortly after, in 1995, attorney Daniel obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Connecticut where she excelled in leadership and was elected president of the International Law Society. During law school, attorney Daniel competed in the largest and most prestigious moot competition in the world, The Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.
With over 18 years of experience as a practicing attorney, attorney Daniel has earned the highest possible AV Rating by Martindale-Hubbell since 2007. Because of her diligence and integrity, attorney Daniel has also been nominated as a Top Immigration Lawyer in 2010 and 2011.
Her passion for international matters transcend her professional career. Attorney Daniel is an avid member of the New York City Bar Association, dedicated to improving the administration of justice and promoting the study of law. She also serves as a member of the French-American Chamber of Commerce, the America-Israel Chamber of Commerce & Industry, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Daniel’s desire to pursue immigration law manifested during her studies at the University of Connecticut, but her international concern has always been engrained in her.
Attorney Daniel is published by Moffly Media in New Canaan-Darien + Rowayton Magazine and Stamford, Wesport, and Greenwich Magazines. In 2012, she was featured in Martindale-Hubbell’s list of local lawyers who’ve reached the highest levels of ethical standards and professional excellence as a Bar Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers.
Answers to EB-5 6 Questions Answered
- Can a Regional Center qualify for $500,000 investors if it is does not meet TEA designation?
- Do I need to declare taxes on an EB-5 investment that was gifted from my parents?
- Are EB-5 visas still being issued?
- Where can I find a list of EB-5 projects?
- How can I determine if my EB-5 project will qualify for TEA designation?
- Why are EB-5 investments regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?