Daniela Attia is a Legal Assistant as Sostrin Immigration Lawyers, LLP. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Attia served as an Editorial Intern for Los Angeles Magazine, where she conducted research, extensive fact-checking, and interviews with celebrities, authors, and community leaders for the magazine’s print and digital mediums. Additionally, she previously served as Managing Editor, Social Media Manager, and Staff Writer for UCLA’s Fem Magazine, a website and digital magazine which focuses on issues relating to gender, race, and human rights.
Ms. Attia currently provides legal support for O-1 and P-1 visa petitions, specifically for individuals in the arts and entertainment industries. In addition, she assists with the firm’s social media and online presence.
A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Ms. Attia earned a bachelor’s degree in communication, studying under the top communication researchers and media professionals in the country. She transferred there from Moorpark College, where she wrote the award-winning research paper “Wikileaks: Creating a Transparent Government,” which is now published in the school’s
Student Essay Anthology.