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WIL Participates in King County Library Service Citizenship Pro Bono Clinic

                                                                                                                                                                                              On Friday July 15, the King County Library Service (KLSC) held a pro bono clinic on the topic of Citizenship at the Lake Hills Library in Bellevue, WA.  This was one of several such events held by KLSC. Some 20-25 people attended the event.  The Director of USCIS Seattle Field Office Ms. Linda Dougherty also[…]

The American Immigration Lawyers Association-Washington Chapter: Dedicated to Helping Our Community

(This article is written for the Washington State Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division newsletter- De Novo, to be published in their October 2009 issue) As a relatively new immigration attorney, my practice relies heavily on the assistance I receive from the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).   AILA is a national association of over 11,000 attorneys[…]

WIL Attends WSBA Bar Leaders Conference

           The Washington State Bar Association held its annual Access to Justice and Bar Leaders Conferences in Yakima, Washington on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th May, 2009 at the Yakima Convention Center.  Approximately 1000 lawyers from across Washington State attended the event.  Many members of the judiciary, including Washington Supreme Court judges attended.  The WSBA president, Mark Johnson[…]

WIL participates in Yakima Citizenship Day

Watson Immigration Law members attended Citizenship Day in Yakima, WA, on Saturday April 18, 2009.  Citzenship Day was organized by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and One America (formerly Hatefree Zone).  About 25 attorneys and paralegals provided pro bono legal advice to local people.  Almost 100 people attended and many people were able to[…]