Posted by anonymous
Daniel helped me to receive my Green Card, and I'm grateful him for this. Although, he worked for my money, and did his work very poorly. Expect being cheated and ripped off.
Posted by Hari kumar
hi my name is hari kumar i went daniel office in jan 2016 for asylum case i pay $9500 up front now dec 2016 they inform my case is not good, i am still waiting for my refund ,let wait and see what will happens.
Posted by anonymous
This review alone cannot express the gratitude I have for the Law Offices of Daniel Shanfield. My case was assigned to one of his lawyer associate named Atty. Paris Scott. I have been a green card holder for 33 years and waited so long to even think about applying for citizenship. Until mistakes caught up with me and I lost hope in getting my US Citizenship.
Atty. Paris Scott held my hand and hopes with no limitations. Through the process I found so much comfort in working with her in getting me through the process. She is a perfectionist, at times I would get scolded by her but it was a scolding so unconditionally coming from her heart because she would not fail me in getting my US Citizenship. Before my naturalization interview, she made sure requirements needed to prove a good moral character under the law would get what I hoped for. ( I just want to add .....Immigration Officers are good people. Just like anyone of us, they do not judge). Atty Paris Scott got me to that Interview Office and I want to thank the Immigration Officer for trusting and believing in me. Atty. Scott was always there for me, even if she was out watching her daughter's game or picking her up from school. Today is June 23, 2016, I am crying with joy. I got an update from UCSIS that my date, place and time of oath taking has been mailed.As I look at my husband of 33 years sitted on a wheelchair , now I could serve him more in his ill health..
I miss your presence Atty. Scott.
Posted by Vinny
When it comes to the fine line where Criminal Law intersectsImmigration Law, Daniel is one of the best out there.It is my great fortune that i Picked Daniel to work with for my Naturalization case with a prior conviction.A few lawyers asked me to sit tight and not apply for Natz, but when i met Daniel , he was confident that i would be Naturalized from the First meeting . His core Education from UCLA and UC Berkeley sets him apart from the rest and he knows the implication of his actions very well.My file was so well structured that the Immigration Officer at the Interview even said "You have a Great Lawyer" to me . His tenacity and dedication to client satisfaction are ferocious, and his ability to de-construct complicated cases are world-class.His team of Diana and others were there to patiently answer several questions that I had through the process and finally, I am a US Citizen. I would recommend Daniel and his firm to anyone who needs Advice in the Immigration world .
Posted by Margarita
I am so happy how my case was handled. The patience they had with me because i would email or call to ask so many questions they answered all of them and they made sure i understand before hanging up. iam so pleased by Esmeralda and Daniel's work. With out them helping me and my husband we would of panic. The office is nice you feel comfortable and safe. they do a great excellent job and preparation. when you go to the interview they prep you well. i would be requesting their service again for sure they are excellent. iam so thankful that i found them thanks Esmeralda and Daniel i couldn't of done it with out you guys thanks and god bless.
Posted by anonymous
I am a US Citizen and married an immigrant who overstayed his tourist visa. We applied for his Adjustment of Status on our own, but that was not immediately approved because he had returned to his home country and then come back to the US. I was surprised to learn that made him "Inadmissible" and we had to submit an I601 application to waive his inadmissible status. As I researched what that meant, I realized it was not just another hoop to jump through and fee to pay. We had to prove it would be an extreme hardship to me, the US citizen, if my husband were to be deported. I was in a panic and realized we needed legal support for this application. We met with 2 lawyers and decided to go with Dan based on his extensive experience with USCIS, on both sides, and his rave reviews here. Rachel was the attorney in his office who handled the details. She was very thorough about identifying justifications for my hardship and identifying others who could write letters of support for our case. She reviewed my essay, a key element of the application, many times and Dan reviewed the final version before submission. Throughout the process Rachel was extremely responsive. It is a long process. We spent 2-3 months preparing the application and then waited 10 long months for the I601 decision. We first met with Dan and Rachel just over a year ago. This past Saturday my husband received his green card in the mail. :) We are ecstatic and relieved that we can stay together here in the US and realize our dreams of traveling abroad together and both be able to come back home. This likely would not have been possible without the assistance we received from Dan and Rachel, and the team at their office. I highly recommend them regardless of the complexity of the case.
Posted by anonymous
With a very short timeline to respond to a USCIS request for information, Daniel, Rachel and his staff went to work on my behalf. They were thorough, persistent, attentive and eventually successful. Despite the inherent stress of the USCIS response process, they made the process manageable. It was a delight working with this team.
It goes without saying that my first stop for all future immigration concerns and questions will be Mr. Shanfield's office.
Posted by Denise
Mr. Shanfield and his staff are nothing short of fantastic. My daughter-in-law's case was complex involving the need to have the firm apply for her permanent Green Card as well provide professional services to support her defense in a criminal case that if not defended successfully would have resulted in deportation.
Not only did Mr. Shanfield's firm provide the necessary expertise needed to successfully dismiss her felony case, her Green Card came through without a hitch shortly after that!
These folks know what they are doing and their professional approach to all my concerns gave me the confidence I needed to relax and let them do what I hired them to accomplish! I can recommend this firm highly!
Posted by anonymous
If you want the best possible immigration representation for yourself, then call the Dan Shanfield office. I had an excellent experience working with Dan Shanfield and his staff. Having such an experienced immigration attorney on my side and knowing that the best possible argument was made on my behalf brought me great peace of mind during the stressful process of applying for naturalization. He and his staff were also given a very short time frame to respond to a USCIS request for information, and it was their expertise, diligence, and hard work that produced a successful outcome for me. It was a pleasure working with everyone in that office, and today I am a US citizen because of Dan Shanfield and his team.
Posted by anonymous
I had prior offenses for possession of a controlled substance, under the influence, and possession of paraphernalia. These were committed at the same time and though the charges were dismissed after a successful diversion, it still constitute as convictions in the context of immigration. In short I was inadmissible and deportable. I've been in the US for over 20 years and this knowledge had inhibited me from applying for naturalization. I even once turned down an opportunity as it require international travel.
I had approached several immigration attorneys but they gave me the impression that they are not interested and simply went through the motions of giving me advises that I already know. Hey, I know how to search Google too. :-) But I guess they are obligated to do so since the consultation fees are not cheap. So believe me that it is daunting to find the right attorney. Though it is easy to find bad ones.
I found Daniel Shanfield's firm from one of these attorney sites. I was skeptical when I consulted with him. But what the heck, his fee was the cheapest in comparison to the previous Google mongering attorneys.
Daniel was sympathetic, sincere, and honest. Honest in a sense that he was forthright to the possible consequences if I decide to go through the naturalization process. And he did not make any promises except that he will represent me. That I believe is what makes a great attorney. Just a word of caution that if an attorney tells you it is a sure win, DON'T hire him. I know right then that I found my attorney.
Daniel's approach when we applied for naturalization was premised on honesty. We were upfront by disclosing EVERYTHING to USCIS and all were substantiated by certified court documents, employment history, tax returns, letters from family and friends attesting that I have reformed, drug diversion documents, etc. Basically it is to convey that I have reformed. It sounds easy but it is not as it requires a skilled attorney to packaged this all together. As Daniel would aptly say, “Fog of War”.
Let's fast forward a few days ago when I took my Oath. :-) Yes, after years of being afraid, I am finally a US Citizen. And proud to be one. None of this could have happened without Daniel's help. It saddens me however that our collaboration has come to an end.
Daniel, thank you!!! I am forever in your debt.