The Racism Inherent in Current Immigration Laws and Policies

  • Tuesday, February 26, 2019 • 12:00 pm
  • Clark-Fox Forum, Hillman Hall

Khazaeli spent nine years with the Department of Justice and then the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, National Security Law Division. While with the federal government, he used his expertise in immigration law to prosecute terrorists, terrorist financiers, and aliens engaged in espionage and other criminal acts. Khazaeli worked closely with federal, state and international law enforcement and intelligence agencies. He is well versed in high profile, complex litigations and now uses those skills to help companies and would be immigrants.

While earning his degree at Washington University’s School of Law, Khazaeli was selected to work for then Missouri Senator Jean Carnahan. Upon graduation, he was accepted into the Presidential Management Fellows program, a prestigious two-year government fellowship for advanced degree candidates.

His op-ed, I Prosecuted Terrorists for President Bush. Now My Family in Iran May Be Banned from Visiting, appeared in the New York Times in 2017.

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