DANIEL W. OLDENBURG
Daniel provides a multiplicity of immigration legal services to individuals and employers. He specializes in employment based immigration for university and healthcare institutions. He assists with the non-immigrant and immigrant visa services for faculty, researchers, medical fellows and residents. He regularly represents both employers and individuals with Extraordinary Ability Petitions, Outstanding Researcher/Professor Petitions, National Interest Waivers, J-1 Waivers, PERM Labor Certification and H-1B sponsorship. He also provides consultation to employers, investors and entrepreneurs regarding L and E visas respectively. Additionally, Daniel is frequently invited to speak on I-9 and immigration enforcement issues. He regularly presents at Immigration Continuing Legal Education conferences. He assists employers with I-9 training, I-9 compliance and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) worksite actions.
Daniel also represents religious institutions seeking to sponsor qualifying religious workers. Daniel regularly assists clients with permanent residency and naturalization. He also handles all aspects of family based immigration and is bilingual (Spanish). Daniel was formerly employed by the legacy Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS).
Daniel also advises clients on the preparation and drafting of various estate planning documents. He represents clients in matters involving wills, trusts and the probate process.
Admitted to Practice:
United States District Court for the District of Nebraska
United States District Court for the District of Colorado
United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
Creighton University, J.D., 2002
University of Dallas, B.A., cum laude, 1999
- Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association, 2002-Present
- Member, Colorado & Iowa/Nebraska Chapters, American Immigration Lawyers Association, 2007-Present
- Chapter Chair for Iowa /Nebraska Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers 2019-2020
- Published: Making Sense of Recent Changes in U.S. Immigration Law, The Nebraska Lawyer, November/December (2018)