Mr. Albert Mokhiber is an attorney in the Washington DC area with an extensive background in immigration, government affairs, political consulting and public relations.

A partner in the law firm, Mokhiber & Moretti, PLLC, Mr. Mokhiber has an international practice dealing with individual and corporate clients concentrating in areas of administrative, corporate, international and immigration law.

Mr. Mokhiber served as national president of the American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC) from September 1990 to October 1994. In that capacity he has represented ADC in public and private forums across the United States, Europe and the Middle East and North Africa on issues ranging from civil rights, human rights, international relations, and expanding markets. Additionally, Mr. Mokhiber has served on the national boards of the Association of Arab-American University Graduate (AAUG), the American Committee on Jerusalem (ACJ) and ADC, for which he served on the National Board and Executive Committee. In addition, Mr. Mokhiber has served as a co-chair of the Ethnic Affairs Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He served as a member of an international observer team for the 1997 elections in Yemen.

A frequent media guest and lecturer, Mr. Mokhiber has been featured on numerous American and foreign radio and television shows from Larry King Live and Crossfire to print media pieces ranging from The New York Times to People Magazine.