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NO BAN Act Vote Delayed Due to Coronavirus

Washington, DC – Today, House leadership made the decision to remove the floor vote on the NO BAN Act, legislation that would repeal the Travel Ban, from the legislative schedule for the day. The removal

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PAAIA and Pars Launch Write In Iranian Campaign

Washington, DC — Today, the Public Affairs Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA) announced its Write In Iranian campaign for the upcoming 2020 Census.  PAAIA is partnering with Pars Equality Center in an effort to increase

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PAAIA Welcomes Passage of Iran War Powers Resolution

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact:  Shannon Kuehn Email: shannon@paaia.org Phone: (202) 828-8370 Washington, DC –With the passage of S.J.Res.68, Leila Austin, Executive Director of the Public Affairs Alliance of Iranian Americans (PAAIA), today issued the following statement: “On

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PAAIA Launches Campaign to Combat Increasing Discrimination

Iranian Americans Are American will encourage greater awareness of Iranian American beliefs and contributions FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Shannon Kuehn Phone: (202) 828-8370 Email: shannon@paaia.org Washington, DC – Amid mounting tensions between the U.S. and Iran

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PAAIA Condemns Travel Ban Expansion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Shannon Kuehn Email: shannon@paaia.org Phone: (202) 828-8370 Washington, DC – In response to President Trump’s expansion of the Travel Ban which now includes nationals from Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria, Myanmar, Sudan, and Tanzania, Leila Austin,

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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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