Daniel Altneu is a Cayman Islands immigration attorney based in George Town, the capital of the Cayman Islands. He is a senior associate in Bedell Cristin’s International Private Client Team, with over a decade of experience as an immigration lawyer in the Cayman Islands and the United Kingdom. Altneu advises high net worth individuals and companies on immigration issues, with a focus on helping people relocate to the Cayman Islands, where he has lived since 2013 with his Caymanian wife and two Caymanian daughters. He has extensive experience of handling every type of application for persons of independent means, permanent residents and those seeking the right to be Caymanian.
Prior to working at Bedell Cristin, Altneu was an immigration lawyer at Samson & McGrath. He also worked at the Treasury Solicitor’s Department (now the Government Legal Department) in London, where he managed cases that spanned immigration, human rights and European law. Altneu served as the treasury solicitor’s lead attorney on Pakistan, where he monitored cases, the news and provided advice on legal developments and significant judgments.
Altneu received his training as a solicitor at Lawrence Graham LLP in London. He gained experience in real estate, insurance, litigation, corporate and private client law. He is also a member of the Cayman Islands Law Society, the Law Society of England and Wales, and an affiliate member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.
Altneu has a bachelor’s degree in ancient history and classical languages from King’s College London.
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