Spojmie Nasiri

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Immigration Attorney in Pleasanton, CA

Law Office of Spojmie Nasiri, PC
 | 6200 Stoneridge Mall Road, Suite 300
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Phone: 925-583-6999
Fax: 925-369-7222
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2021
Selected To Rising Stars: 2015 - 2016
Licensed Since: 2006
Practice Areas:
  • Immigration: Consumer
    Attorney Profile

    Attorney Spojmie Nasiri is the founder and owner of The Law Office of Spojmie Nasiri, PC, in Pleasanton, California. Serving clients throughout the East Bay Area and all across the globe, Ms. Nasiri focuses her practice primarily on immigration law, and she provides unmatched counsel, advocacy and support to those who have legal needs involving any of the following:

    ·       Family-based immigration

    ·       I-751 petitions to remove conditional status

    ·       Citizenship and naturalization

    ·       Removal defense

    ·       U visas for crime victims

    ·       DACA renewals

    ·       Travel ban waivers

    ·       Provisional unlawful presence waivers

    An immigrant herself, Ms. Nasiri fully understands the struggles and challenges so many face when seeking a better life in the United States, and she works hard to help her clients realize their American dreams as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. At all turns, she remains a fierce advocate for her clients, arming them with the information and resources they need to achieve their goals and the favorable results they seek.

    Honored for her outstanding professionalism and service, Ms. Nasiri has been listed among the Top 100 Immigration Lawyers by The National Advocates in 2015. She has also received a Top 40 Under 40 designation from the American Society of Legal Advocates along with other consistent top rankings and endorsements from her peers.

    While maintaining a successful legal practice, Ms. Nasiri also volunteers her time and services throughout her region, including with the Immigration Law Clinic at the University of California, Davis, and the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Stanford University. She also supports Afghan immigrants with their legal issues throughout the United States and around the world.

    A 1998 graduate of the University of California, Davis, Ms. Nasiri obtained her Juris Doctor from Golden Gate University School of Law in 2003. She holds admission to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and the California Supreme Court, and she is an active member of The State Bar of California and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, among her other professional affiliations.

     
    Practice Areas
    • 100%Immigration: Consumer
    Focus Areas

    Naturalization & Citizenship

    Selections

    Selected to Super Lawyers for 1 yearsmiddle-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 2 years

    Super Lawyers: 2021 Rising Stars: 2015 - 2016

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    About Spojmie Nasiri

    Admitted: 2006, California

    Professional Webpage: https://www.nasirilaw.com/spojmie-nasiri-attorney-profile/

    Honors/Awards:

    • http://www.acgov.org/whof/inductees/2019/nasiri.htm Local leaders are honoring 12 women and two teenagers from throughout the county later this month with induction into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame. The annual program, organized by the county's Board of Supervisors and the Commission on the Status of Women, aims to spotlight the accomplishments and inspiring stories of women in Alameda County while also raising funds to support organizations serving local women and families. "Celebrating the inspiring achievements of this outstanding group of Women's Hall of Fame inductees will be the perfect way to recognize National Women's History Month in March," County Administrator Susan S. Muranishi, co-chair of the Women's Hall of Fame, said in a statement. The 2019 Hall of Fame Class will be honored during the 26th annual luncheon and awards ceremony March 30 in Oakland, Alameda County Woman Hall of Fame inductee, Alameda County, 2019
    • Selected as a Northern California “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015 and 2016
    • American Society of Legal Advocates listed her on their “Top 40 Lawyers Under 40”, 2015
    • Selected by the National Advocates as one of the Top 100 Immigration Lawyers, 2015

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • Contra Costa County Bar Association
    • East Alameda County Bar Association
    • California Supreme Court
    • American Immigration Lawyers Association, Member
    • Alameda County Bar Association
    • U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California
    • Afghan American Bar Association Membership Committee
    • State Bar of California, Member

    Pro bono/Community Service:

    • Provide legal advice at Immigration Legal Clinic at La Familia in Hayward, CA once a month. I have been doing this for the last 5 years and will continue to do this legal clinic, 2019
    • La Familia Legal Clinic in Hayward, CA. I have conducted pro bono legal clinic for the last 5 years a La Familia. CAIR: Board President from 2013 to 2016. Protected civil rights of Muslim Americans. Involved in immigration-related issues impacting Muslim Americans, 2019
    • Avid volunteer at the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Stanford University
    • Pro bono attorney with the Immigration Law Clinic at the University of California

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Conducted know-your-rights presentations on a variety of legal issues affecting immigrant groups at the West County Detention Center in Richmond, California and Yuba County Detention Facility in Marysville, California Panelist speaking on tips to US attorneys on working with US Consulates around the world, Co-Panelist on live audio, AILA Tips for Working Effectively with US Consulates, AILA , US Immigration Attorneys, 2019

    Verdicts/Settlements:

    • I have been practicing immigration law since 2011 and over the course of the last 8 years, I have won many deportation immigration cases in San Francisco Immigration Court, obtained US citizenship for clients, obtained Lawful Permanent Resident status for many clients and won 601A hardships for dozens of clients whom had to go to their interviews at US Consulate in Ciudad Juarez and were successfully granted their visas to return to the United States as Lawful Permanent Residents, 2018

    Transactions:

    • I have been practicing immigration law since 2011 and have successfully handled the following type of transactions: I have represented clients all over the world including the United States and handled fiancee visas, spousal visas, family-based visas, 601A hardship waiver, citizenship applications and defended clients in US immigration courts successfully. I have won deportation cases for clients and obtained legal status for those clients in detention including VAWA, U visas, citizenship and Lawful Permanent Resident status, 2019

    Representative Clients:

    • Since 2011 I have represented clients from all over the world including Africa, the Middle East, Central America and the United States. I have helped clients lawful permanent resident status, US citizenship. I have also done fiancee visas, spousal petitions and other types of family-based petitions. I have also represented clients in US immigration court and represented clients in removal/deportation proceedings successfully and have gotten them released from ICE custody and obtained legal status for them, 2018

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • Contra Costa Lawyer Magazine: U.S. Expands Restrictions on Visa Waiver Program for Visitors. http://cclawyer.cccba.org/2016/05/u-s-expands-restrictions-on-visa-waiver-program-for-visitors/, 2016
    • Publish letter in Contra Costa Bar Association:http://cclawyer.cccba.org/2019/09/trump-administration-aims-to-end-parole-in-place-pip-program-and-deportation-protection-for-united-states-armed-forces-family-members-without-legal-status/?inf_contact_key=879d043325030f1dce7a46ee034fda57 Article discussing Parole In Place for military families, 2019
    • Local leaders are honoring 12 women and two teenagers from throughout the county later this month with induction into the Alameda County Women's Hall of Fame. The annual program, organized by the county's Board of Supervisors and the Commission on the Status of Women, aims to spotlight the accomplishments and inspiring stories of women in Alameda County while also raising funds to support organizations serving local women and families. "Celebrating the inspiring achievements of this outstanding group of Women's Hall of Fame inductees will be the perfect way to recognize National Women's History Month in March," County Administrator Susan S. Muranishi, co-chair of the Women's Hall of Fame, said in a statement. The 2019 Hall of Fame Class will be honored during the 26th annual luncheon and awards ceremony March 30 in Oakland, 2019

    Educational Background:

    • University of California, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

    Industry Groups

    • Criminal Law
    • Family Law
    • Finance
    • Immigrants
    • Spouses
    • Students
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    Office Location for Spojmie Nasiri

    6200 Stoneridge Mall Road
    Suite 300
    Pleasanton, CA 94588

    Phone: 925-583-6999

    Fax: 925-369-7222

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