Crisis In Afghanistan

Attorney Darius Amiri Working To Get Afghan Interpreter Out Of Afghanistan

Attorney Darius Amiri of Rose Law Group is working on a big task of getting an Afghan interpreter that has been extremely helpful to US forces out of Afghanistan. The Taliban re-took Kabul so quickly that many Afghans that supported and worked with the United States during the nearly 20-year war were left scrambling for safety.The young Afghan Zabi, has been an interpreter and served alongside the U.S. Marines.

“He saw combat. He was right there alongside American troops, getting shot at, really putting himself at risk," said Darius Amiri.

"At this point, I am going way beyond being a lawyer and just being a human being," said Darius Amiri.

Zabi is an enemy to the Taliban because of his efforts of helping the U.S. Marines, which means he could be killed if he doesn't get out. On August 22nd, Rose Law Group announced that Zabi and his wife made it safely inside of the airport after three days of trying to get in. Rose Law Group said the wife of a Marines sergeant heard about Zabi's situation and they coordinated a special operation to get the two to safety.

This is an ongoing and active situation that continues to have new developments. Because of the weight of recent events, this story has been covered by major news outlets around Phoenix, Arizona.

This Story Has Been Mentioned On:

AZ Central - Scottsdale attorney helps Afghan immigrants in honor of father who fled Iranian revolution

FOX10 -

FOX10 - Afghan interpreter now safe in Arizona thanks to Scottsdale immigration attorney

FOX10 - Afghan interpreter now safe in Arizona thanks to Scottsdale immigration attorney

Rose Law Group Reporter - Rose Law Group Immigration Department Chair Darius Amiri talks to 12 News about helping Afghan refugees, translators escape Afghanistan

Rose Law Group Reporter - From Afghanistan to Arizona: How Rose Law Group Immigration Dept. Chair Darius Amiri helped his client Zabi escape Taliban capture

12NEWS - 'We will not leave them behind' | Arizona's Afghan community ready to help incoming refugees'

12NEWS - A common bond: Scottsdale attorney helps bring Afghan refugee to Arizona

91.5 KJZZ: Audio - Lawyer helps Afghan interpreter flee Kabul

KOLD News 13 - Arizona attorney helps evacuate Afghan translator

ABC15 - Valley attorney helping refugees from Afghanistan

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