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PAAIA Responds to Deadly Protests in Iran

Washington, DC – Today, the Public Affairs Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA) issued the following statement regarding the ongoing protests in Iran that began in response to water shortages in Khuzestan province and have now expanded into several other

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Meet Darius, PAAIA’s Summer 2021 CHIP Fellow

Washington, DC – PAAIA congratulates our newest Akbar Ghahary Capitol Hill Internship Program (CHIP) fellow, Darius Stenstedt. Originally from Berkeley, CA, Darius Stenstedt is a graduate from the University of Oregon, where he received a B.S. in

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Ansari Fellowship Announces 2021 Summer Fellows

Washington, DC – The Ansari Fellowship Program, a PAAIA initiative generously funded by PAAIA member Bijan Ansari, is excited to announce its 2021 summer recipients, Adrian Tabassi and Sophie Behzadi. The Ansari Fellowship was founded to encourage

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PAAIA Proudly Celebrates Pride Month 2021

Washington, DC – This June, the Public Affairs of Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA) joins the LGBTQ+ community in celebrating Pride Month, a time of activism, celebration, hope, visibility, and solidarity. This year’s Pride Month

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PAAIA Joins AAPI Day Against Bullying and Hate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:Contact: Aman ArdalanEmail: aman@paaia.orgPhone: (202) 828-8370 Washington, DC – Today, the Public Affairs of Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA) joins its Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) partners in commemorating the third annual National AAPI Day

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Jasmin Moghbeli with the words "Learn About How Iranian Americans Add Value to the Fabric of America"

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Donate to PAAIA’s IA-100 to continue our hard work in reuniting families

PAAIA is working towards passing the TFVA which will create a new visa category that will allow the family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents to visit from abroad. Currently, family members must apply to visit their relatives in the U.S. through B-2 visas which results in an unnecessarily high denial rate due to presumptions that the applicants intend to immigrate. The new visa category created by the TFVA will provide an opportunity for family members to visit their U.S. relatives without the worry of visa overstays. 

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