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Fwd Us Holds Immigration Reform Meeting In Washington State

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Author : Tahmina Watson

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Last week, FWD.us, an organization founded by some of the heavy weight players of the tech industry such as- Facebooks's Zuckerberg and Microsoft's Bill Gates held their first meeting in Washington State.  The organization was founded to help fight the battle for immigration reform.  Led by the Raquel Mata, the Organizing Director for the Northwest, the meeting generated much lively discussions.  Here are some photos from the meeting.



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Tahmina Watson is an immigration attorney and founder of Watson Immigration Law in Seattle Washington. She was a practicing barrister in London, UK, before immigrating to the United States herself. While her practice includes family-based and employment-based immigration, she has a strong focus on immigrant entrepreneurs and start-up companies. She can be contacted at tahmina@watsonimmigrationlaw.com. You can visit www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com to learn about Tahmina and her practice.


Website: http://watsonimmigration.wordpress.com/2013/09/23/fwd-us-holds-immigration-reform-meeting-in-washington-state/

 

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