It was such an honor to be interviewed by Ronit Plank, host of And Then Everything Changed, a podcast. Ronit is a skillful interviewer, author, producer and storyteller, and her podcast is an intimate and profound conversation with her guest. In this case, the guest is Tahmina! It was really fun to record this interview![…]
In the article below, Jill Scott, Associate General Counsel at the Allen Institute, shares her firsthand experience as a volunteer attorney with WIDEN’s pilot program. Jill explains the motivation behind her involvement in immigration defense, her personal experience defending asylum seekers held in detention, and the way that WIDEN’s program enabled her, a busy[…]
FWD.us held a very successful happy hour yesterday. With FWD President and Founder Joe Green present himself, the event was well attended with lively discussions. Also present were some local leaders in the field of immigration law including a member of Congresswoman Delbene’s office. Mr. Green discussed the background of FWD and all the efforts[…]
We are grateful to Bloomberg Businessweek for mentioning Tahmina and her work on Entrepreneur Visas in their article about new changes in immigration law. Here is a link to the article. Our regular readers will know about our efforts on this issue. We thank Bloomberg Businessweek for recognizing our efforts!
We are very grateful to the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) News for quoting us in their summary article about the Senate immigration bill passing. Here is a link to the article. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management. Representing more than 250,000 members[…]
Ever since the bill for comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) was released, some of us have lost sleep. A lot of sleep, in fact. Thank goodness for coffee and eye make up, I can tell you! I’ve resigned myself to having a self-confessed addiction – “addiction to the bill”. When my day job ends, and my[…]