Danielle S. Singer is a Partner at Dubin Singer Phillips PC with more than 20 years of experience assisting individuals and employers with a wide variety of family and employment-based immigration matters. Danielle’s expertise also includes deportation/removal defense and handling immigration-related worksite enforcement issues. Danielle further assists foreign investors interested in obtaining temporary or permanent residence in the U.S. Danielle works closely with clients to identify the client’s goals and objectives, prepare the myriad of immigration paperwork required for a particular visa application, helping the client deal with the large government bureaucracy and navigate the complicated immigration system in the U.S. in order to achieve the client’s goals and objectives in the most efficient and effective way possible.
Danielle decided to focus her practice exclusively in the field of immigration because she enjoys helping others and interacting with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Danielle’s experience in immigration began after law school when she was employed as an Associate and later as a Senior Attorney overseeing a team of attorneys and paralegals at one of the premier immigration law firms in the country. Thereafter, Danielle managed the immigration department at a prestigious labor and employment law firm in Chicago while developing an expertise in immigration compliance and worksite enforcement matters.
Danielle has been an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) since her admission to the bar in 1996, and she has served as a member of the local AILA Chapter’s Legislative Committee. Danielle has also served as a Chairperson for The Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section Immigration Law Committee. Due to her extensive and broad range of experience, Danielle is frequently invited to lecture on immigration matters to audiences including small to larger size corporations, human resource organizations, and law school students. She is a frequent volunteer at the Highland Park-Highwood Legal Aid Clinic and has also co-authored several articles concerning immigration law for various publications.
When Danielle is not advocating on behalf of her immigration clients, she enjoys taking advantage of the cultural offerings of the city with her children, trying out new restaurants and planning her next family vacation adventure.