Daniel Klatzkow

Associate Attorney, International Practice

Daniel Klatzkow was drawn to global immigration law through his eagerness to understand the world and his love for all things legal. As a global immigration attorney in the Erickson Immigration Group International Practice, Daniel advises corporate clients on navigating complex immigration systems in the APAC, EMEA, and Americas regions. He researches foreign work permit requirements, helps clients comply with local immigration and right-to-work laws, and advises clients sending employees on short-term international assignments. 

For over six years, Daniel held professional leadership roles in non-profits, and he continues to volunteer on non-profit boards and task forces. Throughout his career, and especially as part of Erickson Immigration Group, the focus has always been to provide clarity and solve problems. 

Education:

George Mason University School of Law, J.D.
Aish Hatorah College of Jewish Studies, B.A. Jewish Philosophy

Admitted to:

Licensed to Practice Law in Maryland and the District of Columbia (inactive)

Daniel Klatzkow was drawn to global immigration law through his eagerness to understand the world and his love for all things legal. As a global immigration attorney in the Erickson Immigration Group International Practice, Daniel advises corporate clients on navigating complex immigration systems in the APAC, EMEA, and Americas regions. He researches foreign work permit requirements, helps clients comply with local immigration and right-to-work laws, and advises clients sending employees on short-term international assignments. 

For over six years, Daniel held professional leadership roles in non-profits, and he continues to volunteer on non-profit boards and task forces. Throughout his career, and especially as part of Erickson Immigration Group, the focus has always been to provide clarity and solve problems. 

Daniel Klatzkow

Associate Attorney, International Practice

Education:

George Mason University School of Law, J.D.
Aish Hatorah College of Jewish Studies, B.A. Jewish Philosophy

Admitted to:

Licensed to Practice Law in Maryland and the District of Columbia (inactive)