I work as a Case Analyst at My Visa Source, managing a wide range of cases that span from sponsorships to addressing issues of criminal inadmissibility. With nearly a decade of experience in all facets of immigration, my passion for the law is driven by a commitment to promoting equality and my philosophical nature. Immigration, to me, is more than just submitting an application; it's about facilitating people's journey to Canada, reuniting families and cultures, and transforming lives by making dreams come true. It's crucial to maintain this perspective and ensure that each case is treated as more than just paperwork.
I grew up in the small town of Madeira Park in Pender Harbour on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia. To pursue a career in law, I moved to North Vancouver and enrolled in the 4-year Bachelor of Legal Studies Paralegal Degree program at Capilano University. After completing the program with a high GPA and demonstrating exceptional performance, I received the Dean’s award for academic excellence and secured a place on the Dean’s list. I completed my practicum at a personal injury law firm before starting my career at My Visa Source.
When I started at My Visa Source almost a decade ago, I handled various immigration applications, including family sponsorships, visitor visas, business immigration, Express Entry programs, and more. Over the years, I have submitted hundreds of applications, including a significant number of Provincial Nominee Program applicants applying through Express Entry. This experience has allowed me to acquire extensive knowledge of immigration rules and regulations, enabling me to apply specific details required for each case. My commitment to our clients is to provide clear communication, address any concerns they have, and ensure their applications are personalized based on their unique situations.
In my free time, I'm devoted to reading, playing guitar, and enjoying the beautiful Vancouver coast. My favorite activity is taking a road trip to the United States and exploring different parts of the world.