About Tammi Ho-Hodsdon
Tammi Ho-Hodsdon is an EB-5 immigration attorney at Lawler & Lawler, an immigration law firm based in San Francisco. Attorney Ho-Hodsdon practices immigration and nationality law exclusively.
Attorney Ho-Hodsdon specializes in EB-5 investor visas and works closely with investors to document the lawful source of investment funds. She has worked with investors from China, Mexico, India, Nigeria, Korea and many other countries, and has assisted more than 75 foreign nationals in successfully obtaining EB-5 green cards. Attorney Ho-Hodsdon also has a background in working with family- and employment-based permanent residence, temporary visas, waivers of inadmissibility, naturalization, relief from removal (including asylum), cancellation of removal, special immigrant juvenile status, and relief under the Violence Against Women Act.
Attorney Ho-Hodsdon’s dedication to immigration law stems from her Southeast Asian heritage and her belief in the contributions of foreign investors to the U.S. economy and cultural diversity. She has served as an immigrant rights fellow with the International Institute of the Bay Area, obtaining relief for immigrant victims of domestic violence and other serious crimes.
Before entering private practice, attorney Ho-Hodsdon served as a student attorney with the University of Houston Law Center’s Immigration and Appellate Immigration Clinical Programs under the direction of the Honorable Joseph Vail.
Attorney Ho-Hodsdon received her bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Berkeley and her Juris Doctor from the University of Houston Law Center.
She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and has performed pro bono work on behalf of the South Texas Pro Bono Asylum Representation Project (ProBAR), the BIA Pro Bono Project, and the International Institute of the Bay Area. She is a member of the California and Texas state bars.