Danielle L C Beach, Lawyer
  • Lawyer
  • Immigration · Litigation

Danielle L C Beach

4.7 44

  • Titles & Designations: …

  • First Admitted: 1991

  • Position: Managing Partner

  • Born in: …

Areas of Practice

Immigration

Citizenship, Asylum, Appeals, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Immigration Through Employment, Immigration Through Family, Deportation & Removal, Temporary Visas, Nonimmigrant Business Visas & Religious Workers, Treaty Traders and Investors, Artists, Scientists, Entertainers, & Athletes, Victims of Violence and Trafficking
Percent of cases
48%
Years practiced
25

Litigation

Citizenship, Asylum, Appeals, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Immigration Through Employment, Immigration Through Family, Deportation & Removal, Temporary Visas, Nonimmigrant Business Visas & Religious Workers, Treaty Traders and Investors, Artists, Scientists, Entertainers, & Athletes, Victims of Violence and Trafficking
Percent of cases
47%
Years practiced
25

Asylum

Percent of cases
5%

About

  • No Misconduct

Licenses & Admissions

License

Maryland

1991

Active

License

District of Columbia

2004

Active

Admission

1998, U.S. Supreme Court

Admission

U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth, Ninth and Eleventh Circuits

Admission

2004, District of Columbia

Admission

1991, Maryland and U.S. District Court, District of Maryland

Languages

Tagalog, Russian, German, Italian, English, French, Spanish

About Danielle L C Beach

Danielle Beach utilizes her 19 years of experience in immigration law to help individuals immigrate to the United States for humanitarian reasons. Born in Brussels, Belgium, Ms. Beach has lived in England, Belgium, Italy and Ivory Coast and has traveled extensively to many countries. Ms. Beach advocates for clients from around the world who seek freedom from torture in their country, or who are victims of domestic violence and trafficking. She has facilitated and litigated for family reunification and promoted employment for professionals, creating jobs for the economy. She has worked with numerous expert witnesses who have testified on her cases for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), forced marriage, illegal organ transplants, female genital mutilation, and political country experts for various countries all over the world. Ms. Beach is President and Managing Partner at Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates. She represents clients who suffer persecution and abuse in their native countries and focuses on helping them obtain a better quality of life in the United States. Ms. Beach actively advocates for her clients and assists them as they integrate into United States culture. She has also represented her clients at U.S. Consulates in Romania, China, Canada, Mexico, and several African countries. With her extensive experience in family-based and employment-based immigration law Ms. Beach not only assists her clients in obtaining a better standard of living in the United States, she also helps employers obtain professional visas and petition for family members. She also handles many complex naturalization issues. Ms. Beach has unique expertise representing clients in immigration matters pending before the Federal District Courts, Circuit Courts, Board of Immigration Appeals and Immigration Courts. She has won over 900 humanitarian cases in the United States.

Education

University of Baltimore School of Law

Juris Doctorate

1991

University of California - Riverside

Comprehensive Literature

Master's of Art

1981

Loma Linda University

English

Bachelor of Arts

1975

High School and Community College Teaching Licenses

Loma Linda University, B.A., 1975

University

University of California, Riverside, M.A., 1981

University

University of Baltimore, J.D., 1991

Law School

Experience

Managing Partner

Beach-Oswald Immigration Law Associates, PC

2006 - Present

Senior Associate

The Employment Law Group, P.C.

2003 - 2006

Managing Associate

Noto and Oswald, P.C.

1997 - 2003

Associate

Noto and Oswald, P.C.

1992 - 1997

Adjunct Professor

San Bernardino State College

1985 - 1986

Adjunct Professor

Riverside Community College

1982 - 1985

English Teacher

Perris High School

1979 - 1985

Cases

TASSI V. HOLDER 4th CIR
MBAH v. HOLDER, 4th Cir.
ITOE v. GONZALES, 4th Cir.

Memberships & Associations

City of Alexandria HR Commission

Vice-Chair Commissioner

2012 - Present

Human Rights Commission

Commissioner

2011 - Present

Trial for Kalbian Hagerty LLP

Expert Immigration Witness

2011 - Present

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Co Chair- AILA for MSBA Legislature

2010 - Present

Daughter's of the American Revolution

Chairman of the Americanism Committee

2010 - Present

Maryland State Bar Association

Legislative Chair for Immigration

2010 - Present

Committee for Adventist Lawyer's Association

Liaison

2010 - Present

U.S. District Court, District of Columbia

Member

2009 - Present

Bread for the City

Mentor

2008 - Present

Amnesty International

Member

2005 - Present

U.S. Circuit Courts; 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 11th

Member

1997 - Present

American Bar Association (Maryland chapter)

Member

1992 - Present

American Association of University Women

Member

1992 - Present

University of Baltimore Law Student

Mentor

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Chair Liaison ICE/DRO

2010 - 2010

Home Owner's Association, Kings Rowe, Alexandria, VA

President

2009 - 2011

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Co-Chair Liaison CBP-MD

2008 - 2008

National ABA White Collar Crime Moot Court, Georgetown

Judge

2008 - 2010

Awards

SUPER LAWYERS Washington DC

WASHINGTON POST

2012

AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 Peer Review Rated

Martindale-Hubbell to Robert Leon Oswald

2010

Certificate of Recognition, Customs and Border Patrol-MD

American Immigration Lawyers Association

Liaison to Office of Chief Counsel/DRO-Washington Office

American Immigration Lawyers Association

AV Preeminent

Publications

Maryland Journal

Where Have All the Children Gone

2011

Immigration Briefings

Waivers of Inadmissibility: Off the Beaten Path

2011

Interpreter Releases

'Twas the Season to be Jolly - The Immigration Consequences of Excessive Libations

2010

Maryland Bar Bulletin

Raising the Bar - Arizona Debacle between Federal and State Authority

2010

Immigration Briefings

Pecadillos of Persecut - Dire Immigration Consequences of Violence

2010

Maryland Bar Bulletin

"Material Support" Upheld as Terrorism in Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project

2010

Immigration Briefings

Naturalization: Tricks and Traps for the Unwary

2010

Maryland Bar Bulletin

Gender-Based Discrimination for U.S. Citizenship for Foreign-Born Children?

2010

Maryland Bar Bulletin

Immigration's Definition of "Felony" Not Adopted by Supreme Court in Carachuri-Rosendo v. Holder

2010

Immigration Briefings

Battlefield of Gendercide: Forced Marriages and Gender-based Grounds for Asylum Benefits and Related Relief

2009

Speaking Engagements

Panelist Speaker on Entrepreneurs in the U.S.

Entrepreneurs in the U.S.

2011

Mentor on Immigration

IRC

2010

Guest Speaker on Immigration

Rotary Club, Silver Spring MD

2008

Humanitarian Law

Multiple Conferences 2008-present

2008

Immmigration Mentor

Bread for the City

2007

Panelist Speaker on Asylum

ILW Panel

2005

Presenter/ Guest Speaker

Immigration TV Panel in Dallas, TX

2002

Hobbies & Interests

Unspecified

Associated Firms

Beach Oswald Immigration Law Association, P.C.

Law Firm

Ratings & Reviews

Average Rating

Based on 44 reviews

4.7

Danielle L C Beach

4.7 44