Daniel M. Hartzman graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Daniel is an experienced immigration lawyer who is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, the District of Columbia and Virginia. Daniel is well-versed in all areas of immigration law and has successfully represented individuals, families, and businesses, throughout the United States and around the world. He has successfully represented clients in federal court, immigration court, and before USCIS, ICE, and the BIA. Daniel is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and the Allegheny County Bar Association Immigration Law Committee.
- Immigration Law
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- District of Columbia
- District of Columbia Bar
- English: Spoken, Written
- Principal Attorney
- Hartzman Law Firm, LLC
- University of Pennsylvania Law School
- J.D. (2011)
- Graduated Cum Laude, Senior Editor, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law
- University of Virginia
- B.A. (2007)
- Graduated with Distinction, Phi Betta Kappa
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- - Current
- Allegheny County Bar Association
- Activities: Member of the Immigration Law Committee
- Daniel Martin Hartzman, Esq.'s Website Profile
- Hartzman Law Firm, LLC Website
- Immigration Lawyer Blog
- What to Expect at a Naturalization Interview
8 November 2019
- President Trump Orders New Restrictions on Asylum Claims
2 May 2019
- What Does President Trump’s New Asylum Proclamation Mean for Asylum Applicants?
11 November 2018
- DHS Proposed Rule Would Deny Green Cards to Many Low Income Immigrants
25 September 2018
- Attorney General Significantly Limits Administrative Closure in Immigration Court Proceedings
18 May 2018
- White House Seeks Widespread Changes to U.S. Immigration Law
30 January 2018
- What You Need to Know About Employment Based Green Card Interviews
7 December 2017
- Trump Administration Announces An End To Haitian TPS
22 November 2017
- What is the the Diversity Visa Immigrant Program
3 November 2017
- Q. Help with getting out of a agreement
- A: It could depend on the language of the contract that you entered into with your attorney. I would suggest speaking with the attorney first, to see if you can come to some type of agreement on a refund or partial refund.
- Q. Does ICE need a warrant to enter my business premises?
- A: Whether ICE can enter your business, and what they can take depends on the exact situation. More information would be needed for an attorney to answer this question.
- Q. My husband was deported, need to file for waiver 601. How can i prove hardship? and be successful to get it approved
- A: Without knowing more about your individual situation there is not enough information to determine whether or not you have enough hardship for a waiver to be approved. Waivers are extremely complex and difficult. I would strongly suggest working with an immigration attorney to prepare the waiver.
- Q. Can I file for a fiance k1 visa in the us if my Filipino fiance was married.
- A: There is not enough info here to determine whether or not you can file for a financee visa for her. However, a death certificate is enough to show that her past marriage was terminated.
- Q. It is advisable to file an appeal on the I-130 and I-485 or make a fresh application?
- A: It really depends on what the reason for the denial was and if the reason can be cured in a new application. You should have an attorney review your denial notice to advise you on the best course of action.
- Q. is it easier to apply for a K1 or get married abroad then apply for a K3?
- A: Neither is easier than the other. Both take about the same amount of time for completion. The difference is that if your fiance comes on a K-1 visa your fiance must still apply for a green card after you get married.