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- How the Trump Administration has Abused the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) to Ban Muslims from the U.S. January 23, 2020
President Trump’s Muslim ban survived judicial review largely due to a favorable interpretation of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which provides the President with authority to limit the entry of aliens. In the majority opinion of the Supreme Court case, Chief Justice Roberts stated that “the President has ...
- NIAC Petitions U.S. Treasury for General License Update to Support Iranians’ Access to Internet November 20, 2019
Washington DC – As the Iranian government implements a near total shutdown of the internet in the midst of a crackdown against widespread protests, the National Iranian American Council (NIAC) called on the U.S. Treasury Department to take necessary steps to ensure U.S. sanctions are not contributing to the Iranian ...
- Muslim Ban Statistics Show Continued Discriminatory Impact August 14, 2019
While the Muslim ban is no longer being implemented in front of TV cameras at airports across the country, the latest data from the Trump administration shows that its impact is still extensive – particularly on Iranian nationals.
- NIAC Statement on Bolton Seeking War with Iran January 13, 2019
It is imperative that this Congress investigate Bolton’s request for war options and pass legislation placing additional legal and political constraints on the administration’s ability to start a new war of choice.