COMPLEX IMMIGRATION AND CRIMINAL ISSUES, APPEALS, REMOVAL, DEPORTATION, NATURALIZATION, US CITIZENSHIP, UVISAS, ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS, GREEN CARDS, WORK PERMITS, BOND, 9TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS, US DISTRICT COURT MATTERS. I-601 WAIVERS.
N. David Shamloo, founder of the Law Office of N. David Shamloo, LLC, practices Criminal and Immigration law from his office in downtown Portland.
Mr. Shamloo's immigration practice includes Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals cases, Federal Habeas cases, Removal matters, bond, release from ICE custody, cancellation of removal, motions to reopen,Immigration appeals with the Board of Immigration Appeals, Asylum, Withholding of Removal, Convention Against Torture claims, Post-Conviction Relief, as related to Immigration law. He also handles felony, misdemeanor, expungements, reduction to misdemeanor and early termination of probation matters in the Portland Metropolitan area.
Mr. Shamloo handles bond and removal matters in Tacoma, WA and Seattle, WA.
Mr. Shamloo also works as an expert with criminal attorneys in the area in connection with immigration consequences of criminal convictions/arrest for their non-US citizen clients.
Languages spoken: Persian
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I endorse this lawyer. Naveed is very knowledgeable regarding Immigration Court trial and appellate litigation. He is also well versed in "crimmigration," that is, the Immigration consequences of criminal convictions. He has mentored me on a number of difficult appellate matters.
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Gerald Robinson Excellence in Immigration Advocacy Award||AILA||2014|
|Rights of Foreign Nationals plaque||Oregon State Bar CLE||2010|
|Juvenile Rights plaque||Oregon State Bar CLE||2004|
|Certicate of Appreciation/Oregon law Institute||NW School of Law, Lewis & Clark||2004|
|Owner||The law office N. David Shamloo||2001 - Present|
|Partner||Shomloo & Shomloo, LLC||1995 - 2001|
|Associate||Ransom & Blackman||1993 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|8th Circuit Court of Appeals||Attorney member||2004 - Present|
|3rd Circuit Court of Appeals||Attorney Member||2003 - Present|
|Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association||N/A||1993 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||1993 - Present|
|9th Circuit Court of Appeals||Attorney Member||1993 - Present|
|US District Court for District of Oregon||Attorney Member||1993 - Present|
|Alwady v. Beebe, 43 F. Supp. 2d 1130 (D. Or. 1999)||prevailed|
|Castellanos Cervantes v. United States Attorney General et al3:02-cv-00047-PA||prevailed|
|Aigner v. Ashcroft et al,No. 3:03-cv-01701-PA||prevailed|
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|Saint Louis University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1993|
|University of Oregon||Political Science||BS - Bachelor of Science||1989|
|AILA Oregon chapter CLE||Motion to suppress in Removal Proceedings||2015|
|Model Court program||The final hearing||2014|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Crimmigration||2014|
|2014 NW AILA Conference||Bond strategies!||2014|
|2013 NW AILA Conference||Motions Practice, suppression, termination, closure||2013|
|Yamhill County Bar Association||Immigration & Criminal||2006|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Washington State chapter)||Immigration & Criminal||2006|
|AILA, Oregon||Immigration & Criminal||2006|
|Race, Class, Culture||Race, Class, Culture||2004|
|Pacific University||Ethic and Society 9/11||2004|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Oregon)regon chapter)||Immigration & Criminal||2004|
|17th Annual Family law seminar||Family Immigration law||2004|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Oregon chapter)||Immigration & Criminal||2003|