A seasoned personal injury, immigration, and business litigator, Daniel Serna has over 15 years’ experience. He has represented hundreds of clients across the United States and throughout the world.
Since 2004, Daniel has focused on spearheading an active international practice representing foreign corporations in complex business litigation. Daniel has also maintained an active trial practice, representing victims injured or killed due to vehicle and trucking collisions as well as job-related accidents.
Fluent in English and Spanish, he has earned the reputation of being one of the most versatile and effective immigration lawyers in the State of Texas, having handled well over 1000 immigration-related cases throughout the United States and around the world. Daniel has represented domestic and international businesses, foreign universities, professional athletes and sport teams, people in the entertainment industry, foreign governments and everyday families and individuals seeking immigration counsel.
Daniel has served as adjunct professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio where he has taught immigration policy in addition to lecturing on immigration issues and policies to both U.S. and foreign-based businesses and teaching seminars at universities throughout Mexico.
He has overseen more than 1,000 individual cases throughout his career. Many of these, which include corporate litigation, commercial litigation, immigration cases, product liability, and personal injury cases, have been brought to successful resolution. This has resulted in him recovering millions of dollars for his clients and helping individuals achieve the American dream of immigrating to the United States.
Daniel believes that, “Every client should be given the same attention, respect, and care regardless of the manner of representation or fees involved.” Daniel is committed to providing steady and trusted guidance always placing the client’s interests first. Daniel is a man of his word. He’s on your side and will pursue your goals until they’re achieved.
Education, Professional Admissions, and Credentials
Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science University of Michigan – Ann Arbor (2000)
Juris Doctor Texas Southern University (2004)
Texas Southern University Concentration Specialization in International and Immigration Law (2004)
State Bar of Texas (2004)
U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (2013)
U.S. Southern District of Texas (2011)
U.S. Western District of Texas (2017)
U.S Eastern District of Texas (2013)
U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office for Immigration Review, Immigration Courts