Alejandro Mayorkas Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Instagram, Biography

Alejandro Mayorkas is a renowned American/Cuban legal counselor. Alejandro Mayorkas is an individual from the Democratic ideological group who has served the country under the previous president Barak Obama back on December 23, 2013, until October 28, 2016. He filled in as a Deputy Secretary of the United States Department of Homeland Security and was effective during his posting.

Alejandro Mayorkas is as of now on top of the feature after he was reappointed as Department of Homeland Security. He was designated to the post by the duly elected president Joe Biden. He assumed control over the post from Kirstjen Nielsen. Here are 10 facts on Alejandro Mayorkas.

Alejandro Mayorkas was born on November 24, 1959, in Havana, Cuba. His age starting at 2020 is actually 61 years of age yet is committed to his work and is exceptionally persevering.

Name Alejandro Mayorkas
Birthday 1959
Age 61
Gender Male
Nationality American/Cuban
Profession Attorney
Married/Single Married
Twitter @AliMayorkas

Alejandro Mayorkas is hitched and has youngsters anyway he hasn’t uncovered much about his better half and kids as he has been extremely clandestine about his family.

Alejandro Mayorkas is as of late delegated as Homeland Security. He is the primary Latin and foreigner to be designated to the post. Discussing his religion, Alejandro is Jewish while his mom is a Romanian Jew.

Talking about Alejandro Mayorkas’ total assets and compensation, he hasn’t uncovered it yet in any case, it should be in excess of 500 thousand dollars including all his rewards.

Alejandro began his profession as an associate Attorney in the Central District of California and later he was delegated as an Attorney by the previous president Bill Clinton lastly assumed control over the post of country security in 2013 and this summarizes his biography.

Alejandro is accessible on his Twitter account as @AliMayorkas where he has more than 48k devotees. His dad was a Cuban outcast who moved to the United States looking for a decent life. Alejandro finished his schooling at the University of California and his JD from Loyola Law School.