Jacqueline Dan

Jacqueline Dan is the Immigration Support Services Attorney at the Orange County Public Defender, where she advises attorneys on the immigration consequences of possible case dispositions and and strategies to defend against those consequences. She files motions to vacate criminal convictions that have immigration consequences for noncitizen clients.

Jacqueline was previously a Staff Attorney with the University of California Immigrant Legal Services Center. Based at UC Irvine, she helped students and their immediate family members obtain immigration status and benefits in the U.S. Prior to that, she was a Staff Attorney with Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Orange County, where she represented survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking and long-term residents fighting deportation and detention in ICE custody. Jacqueline is a graduate of UCLA School of Law where she specialized in Critical Race Studies and Public Interest Law & Policy, and Rice University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts.

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