Immigration Law Video Series

The immigration system in the United States can be very complicated, and challenging for people to navigate — especially for those who are from a different country or speak a different language. Attorney Spojmie Nasiri is passionate about providing informative, engaging, and relevant content about immigration law for her friends and clients. You can watch videos in the immigration law video series by clicking the links below:

Spojmie In the News

East Bay immigration attorney Spojmie Nasiri is frequently featured in local, regional, and national news as an expert on immigration law. She has made appearances on several networks, including KTVU Fox 2 and NBC Bay Area. Below, you can watch video replays of Spojmie speaking on television.

ICE Agents Raid Bay Area 7-Eleven Stores (January 2018)

In early January, the Federal Immigration & Customs Enforcement office targeted six 7-Eleven stores in the Bay Area to investigate the citizenship of workers and employees of the franchise. Immigration lawyer Spojmie Nasiri was interviewed by KTVU to talk about these ICE raids and their impact on immigrant communities.


Reaction to Trump’s Speech to Muslim Nations (May 2017)

In 2017, East Bay immigration attorney Spojmie Nasiri served as the president of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). After President Donald Trump addressed Muslim leaders, she was interviewed by NBC Bay Area about the tone of the speech, and how, despite the more conciliatory tone, the speech did not undo the rhetoric and policies of the administration.


Muslim Community Reacts to Trump’s Muslim Ban (January 2017)

After President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, immigration attorney Spojmie Nasiri was interviewed by KTVU 2 News about how the Muslim ban creates fear and uncertainty for Muslims living in America — even those who are lawful permanent residents and US citizens.

During Ramadan, Many Muslim-Americans Fear Anti-Islamic Violence (June 2017)

Because of the fiery rhetoric and policies of the Trump administration, many Muslim-Americans are worried about anti-Islamic violence targeting them, especially during the holy month of Ramadan. 2017 CAIR-Bay Area president and immigration attorney Spojmie Nasiri spoke to KTVU 2 about how the Muslim community is addressing those fears.