As an immigration lawyer at My Visa Source, my primary focus includes sponsorships and family reunification matters. Drawing from my own family's immigrant background originating from Nigeria, I bring a personal connection to our clientele. This perspective allows me to understand immigrants' challenges and strive for the best outcomes for their applications.
I am Nigerian Canadian and immigrated to Canada at the age of 10. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Toronto, majoring in Ethics, Law, and Society, with minors in Political Science and Sociology. Later, I continued my legal education at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom, obtaining a Bachelor of Laws and enjoying the opportunity to travel and explore different cultures. Upon returning from England, I was called to the bar by the Law Society of Ontario. Subsequently, I gained valuable experience working as a corporate legal assistant at a global law firm. This role exposed me to a fast-paced legal environment, managing a high volume of client matters that demanded high attention to detail.
As a first-generation Nigerian woman, I have always wanted to become an immigration lawyer as my family is composed of immigrants, and we relied on lawyers to settle in Canada. Growing up, I witnessed my father's struggles as an immigrant in Canada, attempting to unite our family from Nigeria. This personal experience has always held a special place in my heart for family and spousal sponsorship immigration matters. Today, I am dedicated to leveraging my wealth of legal experience to facilitate the reunification of families and loved ones, providing comprehensive support in their immigration journey.
I enjoy traveling to new places and immersing myself in different cultures and unique experiences. I enjoy socializing, whether it's trying new restaurants in the city, watching a comedy show or going to concerts.