Immigration law represents to me a privileged way to combine my different passions and use them to the benefit of my clients:
law, travel and languages.
Coming from an Indian mother, born in Madagascar and who then immigrated to Canada, and from a Canadian father,
I have always been immersed in a multicultural environment; this is probably why I completed a college diploma in
languages and translation before I went to law school. I speak fluent French, Spanish and English.
Before getting into immigration law, I was exposed to the meanders of bureaucracy since I worked in India, Tanzania,
the British Virgin Islands and I lived for almost 5 years in Cameroon.
I also crisscrossed the planet, traveling to over 40 countries on 4 continents.
I had the opportunity to work for one of the world leaders in international fraud and asset recovery in the British Virgin Islands.
I also had the chance to work at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Tanzania.
I have been working in Thetford Mines, Canada, since 2013, first as a litigation lawyer, then as General Counsel to an
international company in the region.
I have acquired solid experience before the courts, particularly in civil, commercial and family matters and in youth protection.
I also worked in the corporate field, where I became interested in immigration law.
Indeed, the company where I worked faced labour shortage and had to recruit abroad.