I don’t want my grandchildren to ever move. “It symbolized freedom,” Adrin Nazarian said.Now, he is a husband and father of two, who won a seat in Sacramento representing his fellow Americans.When questions arise regarding whether refugees have value, his message is clear: “Look at me.”MORE: Trump travel ban triggers worry, protests at LAXHe said Trump’s recent decision to ban travel from Iran and six other countries is deeply disturbing. I don’t want my kids to ever move. He and his mother Nora, who lives in Winnetka, took time on Wednesday to look at photos of a young Adrin, growing up in Iran as war began taking over his life.The assemblyman recalled having to hide in the basement when the city was under siege.”I said to my husband, I have to go and I have to take him out from here,” Nora Nazarian said.MORE: Protests held in Riverside, Irvine against Trump travel orderAt age 8, Adrin Nazarian left the country. from Iran. This is our home,” Adrin Nazarian said.Trump insists that his travel ban is absolutely necessary for national security. WINNETKA, LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Adrin Nazarian is a Democratic California assemblyman who immigrated to the U.S. Now, he represents the 46th District, which covers the San Fernando Valley.”Going through what’s been happening the last few days just has made us relive a lot of the past challenges,” Nazarian said. However, opponents point out the fact that not a single refugee from any of the banned countries have ever been convicted of committing a terrorist act in the United States. The Nazarians say everyday, they express gratitude to live in this country.”My plan is to never move again. It’s not really based on any founded evidence,” he said.He understands and supports the national protests. After several months of traveling, he finally reached America as a refugee. “It’s just a very cruel step.