SAMRACH SAR, ESQ.
Samrach "Sam" Sar, exclusively represents clients in all immigration matters before the United States government. He is a graduate of Willamette University College of Law where he received a Juris Doctor, and graduated from Portland State University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Philosophy.
In law school he was the President of the American Constitution Society, Editor of the International Law Journal, and Treasurer of the National Asian Pacific American Law Student Association. He served as a law clerk at the Oregon Court of Appeals for a Judicial Clerkship, and clerked at prominent Portland law firms while in law school. He received the Civil Rights Honors Award at Willamette Law upon his graduation.
Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Sar worked in-house for large multi-national insurance companies and self-insured employers advising them in their industrial insurance and workers compensation law matters. Mr. Sar has successfully secured trademarks for businesses in his experience with intellectual property as well.
Mr. Sar's practice is driven by securing his clients the best results. Mr. Sar is an immigrant himself as a son of refugees, so he has a direct connection with the immigrant community. He understands the stakes involved for individuals during their immigration matters. Therefore, he is dedicated to providing competent and compassionate immigration legal services.
District of Columbia
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
American Bar Association (ABA)
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
American Constitution Society (ACS)
Federal Bar Association (FBA)
National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA)
Oregon Asian Pacific American Bar Association (OAPABA)
Willamette University College of Law
Juris Doctor (JD) - 2016
Portland State University
Bachelor of Science (BS), Philosophy - 2010
Classroom Law Project
Citizenship Day - SOAR Immigration
Board Member - League of Minority Voters
Pro Bono Volunteer Attorney - Catholic Charities
Refugee Adjustment Day - AILA Oregon Chapter