As a passionate member of the sponsorship team at My Visa Source, I serve as a Case Analyst, acting as the point of contact between clients and immigration lawyers. I prepare spousal and common law applications on behalf of individuals looking to bring their loved ones to Canada. I love and enjoy bringing families together by creating strong applications based on each individual love story. It’s always an interesting experience to learn from different scenarios.
I was born in Canada and grew up in Hamilton, Ontario. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a Minor in Law from the University of Ottawa. Later on, I completed a paralegal program accredited by the Law Society of Ontario at Algonquin College. In my previous role as a paralegal, I have acquired extensive experience in various administrative areas of law, including landlord/tenant, real estate, family, wills and estate, small claims, and immigration.
Over the years, I have been dedicated to handling sponsorship applications, approaching each application with a unique perspective. From establishing relationships for applicants to preparing temporary visa applications for spouses, children, parents, and grandparents, I ensure that every application is tailored for the best possible outcome. Addressing clients' concerns individually is a commitment I uphold, giving the highest priority to providing personalized attention. My stepfather and his family immigrated to Canada from Yugoslavia in 1974, with the dream of building a better life. They went on to create a family business specializing in jewelry repair. Their immigration journey became my inspiration to pursue a career in immigration law.
Outside of work, I love to spend time reading, swimming and spoiling my dog. I enjoy the autumn season, trying new restaurants in the Niagara region where I live, and spending time cottaging and in wine country.