For Policymakers

U.S. government officials and policymakers in need of rapid support can contact the NIAC policy team for in-depth information and analysis either by phone at 202.386.6325 or via email at policy@niacouncil.org. (Note: If you don’t have a government (.gov) email address, please use our regular contact form. All non-government emails will be blocked by spam filters.)

Legislative Resources:

  • Media Availability: Experts Available to Discuss Iran Protests, Trump’s Iran Nuclear Deal Decision January 8, 2018
    NIAC Statement
    Experts from the National Iranian American Council are available to discuss the protests in Iran and President Trump’s upcoming decision on whether or not to certify the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), or Iran nuclear deal
  • NIAC Applauds 9th Circuit for Ruling Against Muslim Ban (Again) December 22, 2017
    NIAC StaffNIAC Staff
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shayan Modarres Email: smodarres@niacouncil.org Phone: (407) 408-0494 Washington, D.C. – Shayan Modarres, legal counsel for the National Iranian American Council (NIAC), issued the following statement following the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upholding the lower court ruling blocking President Trump’s third Muslim ban: “We are reassured by ...
  • NIAC Frustrated with Muslim Ban Being Allowed Back into Effect December 4, 2017
    NIAC Statement
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shayan Modarres Email: smodarres@niacouncil.org Phone: (407) 408-0494 Washington, D.C. – The National Iranian American Council (“NIAC”) issued the following statement on the heels of a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States moments ago to lift injunctions in the Fourth and Ninth Circuits, allowing the ...
  • Iran Sanctions Slow Humanitarian Response to Earthquake Victims November 22, 2017
    Erin Warner
    The deadliest earthquake of 2017 struck Sunday in Iran, killing over 500 people, injuring almost 8,000 more and leaving roughly 70,000 people homeless. Worse still, the Iranian government’s relief efforts have been slow, heightening the people’s need for additional relief. Fortunately, in 2013 the Treasury Department issued a general license ...