Harvard Immigration Lawyers Have Real World Experience

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Not only did many of them filed amicus briefs on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program but one of them has really practical experience. “Ahmed Ragab, an associate professor of Science and Religion at the Harvard Divinity School, took part in the 2017 protest just an hour after he was naturalized as a citizen,” Ruth A. Hailu and Olivia C. Scott reported in The Harvard Crimson. “Ragab said that unlike many immigrant advocate groups who demonstrate throughout the country, the Harvard faculty members who were arrested did not face charges.”

He said that “Ultimately, the fact that this did not happen to us is again another testament to the privilege that we have.” Some might call them overprivileged.