Daniel Levin is an Asylum Paralegal at Immigration Equality, bringing experience as a researcher and advocate for at-risk immigrant communities to the role.
Daniel has held various positions at immigrant rights organizations and research institutes, has experience in translation, and has provided assistance in legal cases relating to wage theft, domestic violence, and detention. As an undergraduate, Daniel taught at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Ritsumeikan-University in Kyoto, Japan. His past research interests examine the relationship between violence, ideology, and identity.
Daniel holds a B.A. in Political Science, Women’s & Gender Studies, and Comparative Literature with a minor in Sociology from Rutgers University. He speaks English, Spanish, and Russian.