Dedicated to immigration
Watson Immigration Law is a Seattle-based law firm with immigration attorneys practicing exclusively in the area of United States Immigration and Naturalization law. We can assist you with all investment visa matters, as well as all family-based and employment-based immigration matters.
Visa for Investors and Entrepreneurs
For those who do not have a US citizen family member or a US employer to sponsor them, The EB-5 Green Card program is an alternative solution to apply for legal permanent residence in the US.
We are passionate advocates for our clients, their businesses, and their families. We are equally passionate about immigration reform and bringing change.
Tahmina’s Radio Show on Desi 1250 am
Tahmina is the host of the talk show “Immigration with Tahmina Watson” on Desi 1250AM, a local radio station that airs in the Seattle Tacoma area to the South Asian community.
Tahmina’s Book: The Startup Visa
In her book, Tahmina Watson strips away the rhetoric and uses her remarkable skills as an immigration attorney to make a compelling argument for how and why U.S. immigration policy is working against our own best interest.
At Watson Immigration Law, we all strive to meet your needs in the most efficient and dedicated manner.
recent blog posts
The February 2018 visa bulletin was recently released. Most notably, EB5 Regional Center visas are currently unavailable. The immigrant investor pilot program was extended through January 19, 2018. If there is legislative action that extends the program beyond January 19, 2018, the final action date will become current for all countries other than China and[…]
We are delighted that the Huffington Post published Tahmina’s article A Blue Print for a National Legal Defense Fund. Hope you will enjoy reading it and share it widely.
CBP will start sending emails to ESTA travelers 10 days prior to expiration that they should leave. This is a new compliance initiative. If you receive an email notification, I would love to know. Below is a copy of the statement released by CBP. CBP Reminds Travelers of Time Remaining in the US with[…]
On Monday January 8th 2018, the administration ended temporary protected status (TPS) for those from El Salvador. Having recently ended TPS for Haiti and Honduras, this step was anticipated. However, there was still some hope, until this morning, that this action would not be taken. People on TPS from El Salvador have until 9th September[…]
Thank you and Season’s Greetings to all our friends, clients, collaborators, readers and listeners!
It has been a roller coaster of a year. Here are some links to recent discussions and interviews with Geekwire, Bloomberg and The Seattle Times: Geekwire: ‘Seismic shift’ in H-1B visa program could mean trouble for tech” The Seattle Times: Hillary Clinton talks Chardonnay and collusion at sold-out Seattle event Bloomberg: Immigration Attorneys on Their Toes in the[…]
Following successful litigation, USCIS released information on the application process for the International Entrepreneur Rule. Here is a link. We will look forward to helping if you require help! USCIS did post a notice about this information and noted that a draft rule to rescind the IER is almost final. I copy the notice below:[…]
The January 2018 visa bulletin was recently released. Most notably, EB5 Regional Center visas are currently unavailable. The immigrant investor pilot program was extended through December 22, 2017. If there is legislative action that extends the program beyond December 22, 2017, the final action date will become current for all countries other than China and[…]
FREE Citizenship Assistance and Immigration Consultations. Seattle United for Immigrants and Refugees Hosted by Seattle Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs and its partners Saturday, February 3, 2018 Exhibition Hall at Seattle Center 301 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109 This event is open to anyone who needs assistance with completing their citizenship application or[…]
Last night, I had the privilege of attending Hillary Clinton’s book tour at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Seattle. Before the event, I spoke with The Seattle Times. The event was wonderful. Here is a link to the article. Here is a reminder of my blog post after the election.