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Dr. Ami Bera  (Amerish Babulal)

Ami Bera, NRI doctor, is a U.S. Representative for California's 7th congressional district since 2013. Bera, Democratic re-elected in 2014 despite a very competitive race.


  • 4 NRI lawmakers appointed members
    of key US House committees

    Los Angeles, Feb 02, 2023 A.Gary Singh

    Four prominent NRI lawmakers -- Pramila Jayapal, Ami Bera, Raja Krishnamoorthi and Ro Khanna-- have been appointed members of three key House panels, reflecting the growing influence of the community in US politics.

    The Appointments

    Congresswoman Jayapal, 57 is the first immigrant to hold a leadership position for the subcommittee after being named Ranking Member of the influential House Judiciary Committee’s panel on Immigration......... Read More

  • April 15,2019: NRI Ami Bera has offered to help the residents of California : NRI  Congressman Ami Bera has offered to help the residents of California's Sacramento County who might be having issues with filing of taxes. Bera, the US Representative for California's 7th Congressional District, has been representing the Sacramento County since 2013. He announced on his Twitter handle that his office was eager to help in whichever way it can, the American Bazaar reported. April 15 marks the Tax Day in the US. The new federal tax law might make it more challenging for many families to figure out tax filings this year, Bera said. His office has also been educating the people about the taxpayers' rights. Everyone that disagrees with an Internal Revenue Service decision is entitled to appeal the decision before an independent board.
  • Jan 30, 2019 : NRI Ami Bera Named Vice Chairman of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology----- The Committee on Science, Space, and Technology today elected Congressman Ami Bera (CA-07) as Vice Chairman of the full committee. Bera released the following statement:“It’s an honor to be elected as the Vice Chairman of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. The United States is the world leader in science and technology, but our global leadership is at risk without continued federal investment and support. The Committee’s work will be critical for our nation’s economic competitiveness and the health and safety of our families. We have a responsibility to ask tough questions about how and where taxpayer dollars are best used and I look forward to working alongside Chairwoman Johnson and our colleagues to address the important challenges that our country and planet face
  • Ami Bera re-elected to Congress: New York, Nov 9 2016: Ami Bera, the only Indian American in Congress, has been re-elected to the House of Representatives where he will be joined by three others in the new session in January.......Read
  • Democratic Convention turns spotlight on Indian Americans- Philadelphia (US), July 28, 2016: Three leaders from the Indian American community took the stage before the 4,765 national delegates and the national media as the Democratic Party Convention turned the spotlight on the community, recognising its rising role.......Read
  • Feb 18, 2015: NRI Dr. Ami Bera, Congressman at Artesia, California on Feb. 19
  • Dec 11, 2014: NRI Ami Bera US House member will serve as new co-chairs of India caucus
  • Nov 20, 2014: Ami Bera, NRI Gujarati Doctor, won a second term at Congressional Race
  • Nov 07, 2012: Dr. Ami Bera elected but Four NRIs lost the Congressional election





Dr. Ami Bera

Physician and Educator- is serving as Chief Medical Officer. He used his skills as a tough negotiator to fight to reduce the cost of health care, create jobs, and deliver care to tens of thousands of Sacramento residents.

--He believed in hard work and community service

---Ami and his wife Janine live in Elk Grove with their daughter- Sydra.


Dr. Bera said,“We need to protect Medicare by lowering the cost of health care, not privatize the program and pass soaring costs onto our seniors. It’s time for new leaders who will put people before politics and special interests to create jobs and rebuild the middle class.”