About Tahmina Watson
Tahmina Watson is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the founding attorney of Watson Immigration Law, a firm based out of Seattle. Attorney Watson’s work focuses on matters of naturalization and immigration law in the United States.
Attorney Watson operated as a partner at the law offices of White & Watson from 2006 to 2008, where she worked exclusively in the field of immigration. Prior to being a partner at the firm, attorney Watson served as an intern for the Northwest Women’s Law Center and as an extern at the District Court of Western Washington for Judge Ricardo Martinez.
Attorney Watson is currently affiliated with a number of organizations, including the Bar in Wales and England, the New York State Bar, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, the Asian Bar Association of Washington, the International Bar Association, the South Asian Bar Association of Washington, and King County Washington Women Lawyers. In addition to being a member, attorney Watson previously held a board position for the Asian Bar Association of Washington and was president of King County Washington Women Lawyers.
In her spare time, Attorney Watson enjoys sewing, traveling, and volunteering for the non-profit organization Chaya. Chaya aids battered women with a South Asian background. She also works pro bono for the Access to Justice Program hosted by Seattle University and the Northwest Immigrants’ Rights Project. She is the owner of Pinky’s Shoebags, a project she founded and continues to run.
In 2000, Attorney Watson graduated from Brunel University in London, England. Prior to moving to the United States in 2005, attorney Watson had an apprenticeship with Bridewell Chambers and continued on to practice as a criminal defense attorney. She was accepted to the New York State Bar in 2006.