I am thrilled to announce that my radio show Tahmina Talks Immigration will restart for a trial period on Radio Punjab on Friday, May 4th at 10am!! I am truly excited to be back on the air! You can catch the show live on the stations mentioned below. The show will broadcast simultaneously in 5[…]
Readers, listeners and viewers, my latest article published in Yes! Magazine has great significance. This administration will collect all social media handles for visa applicants– visas for tourism, business, education, work or humanitarian reasons. 14 million people will be subject to these new rules! We need to be engaged in the process, comment on the[…]
It’s such an honor to learn today that Translate Day featured Tahmina as one of the ‘Top 40 Immigration Bloggers in 2018″! Delighted to be listed alongside some of the best immigration lawyers in the country. Thank you for the honor, Translate Day!
On April 9th, reporter Ellen Sheng wrote an in-depth report published by CNBC about the current immigration restrictions affecting the retention of talent in Sillicon Valley. It was an honor to be quoted alongside Vivek Wadhwa, author of The Immigrant Exodus who also wrote the foreword of my book. Thank you Ellen for interviewing me[…]
H1b visas have come under intense scrutiny by this administration. Read my article “The Fast-Changing Landscape of H-1B Visas” published in the King County Bar Bulletin April 1, 2018 edition. It is the first time KCBA has published my writing- I am excited and proud. Readers and listeners may recall my recent blog post that[…]
I am so honored and proud to announce that I am the Spring 2018 Brand Ambassador for Sanaya Set! For those of you new to Sanaya Set- the tagline will tell you all you everything- “social justice x self care”. Sanaya Set curates seasonal collections of lifestyle products that enhance beauty inside and out. Every[…]
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.
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[…]
Here is a timely article published in Geekwire by reporter Monica Nikelsberg. Here is a link.
It is an honor to be a panelist at this event. It is open to the public in-person and through live webcast. You can find out more at this link. See below for details. Thank you to the Washington State Bar Association for the invitation!