We are incredibly honored to have Jorge Barón, Executive Director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (NWIRP) on Tahmina’s radio show “Immigration With Tahmina” on Desi 1250 am this Tuesday March 1st at 10am PST. NWIRP is a leading organization on immigration rights both in Washington State and in the nation. Northwest Immigrant Rights Project promotes[…]
We are incredibly thrilled and honored to have the President of FWD.us Todd Schulte on Tahmina’s radio show “Immigration With Tahmina” on Desi 1250 am this Tuesday 2nd February at 10am. With the Iowa caucuses ending on Feb. 1st, it is extra special that Todd is taking time out of his incredibly busy schedule to join us.[…]
Thank you to The Seattle Globalist for publishing my article. I have been wanting to urge people to apply for citizenship for a while. The Seattle Globalist gave me that voice. Read the article below: Apply for citizenship! America needs your vote November Becoming a U.S. citizen in 2010 was a profound moment for me.[…]
On our first Desi 1250AM radio show “Immigration with Tahmina Watson” of 2016, we talk to Movie Director Rucha Humnbadkar about her wonderful movie For Here or To Go? A movie that depicts the problems of the broken immigration system, specifically high-skilled immigration. Coincidentally, employment-based immigration rules regarding I-140/AC21 were published to the Federal Register on[…]
As per President Obama’s executive action announcement of November 2015, a year later, we are presented with the much anticipated policy change rules that will likely make employment-based immigration better in some circumstances. The 181 page proposed rules ( 140eadexecaction fr text dec 30 2015 ) will be published to the Federal Register tomorrow Dec. 31, 2015.[…]
Here are links to Tahmina’s recent shows. We will be posting shows on a regular basis. Hope you enjoy!
I am incredibly honored that Forbes magazine interviewed me to discuss the state of Startup Visas in the US. Journalist Adriana Gardella took the time to read my book and understand the critical issues holding back Startup founders from staying in the US. Here is an exerpt of from her article: “The U.S. immigration system[…]
Our newly published book launched at SXSW in March 2015 is now available in ebook format on Amazon Kindle! The book is available in paperback from Amazon as well as Barnes & Noble. We hope you will spread the word and support the cause which is advocating for a new visa category specifically for startup founders.
The Puget Business Journal has gone to great efforts to provide in-depth reports and stories on the need for high-skilled immigration reform. The stories are poignant and provide great insight on why immigration reform is essential for economic growth. Thank you to the PSBJ and report Emily Parkhurst for caring about issues that are important[…]
After several years of pushing for legislative reform, some startup/investor leaders have turned to alternative methods of fixing the startup visa problem. The Massachusetts Global Entrepreneurship in Residence (GEIR) program was the result. Today, the second state following the Massachusetts model will launch- Colorado’s CU Boulder. The University of Colorado Boulder’s Silicon Flatirons Center for Law,[…]