Caroline Schulz Associate Lawyer
Caroline earned her LL.B from the University of Ottawa in May 2008 and her
Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from Dalhousie University in May 2004.
Caroline has been practicing immigration law since 2013. She assists individuals and multi-national corporations with a wide range of applications, including permanent residence (Express Entry, provincial nominee programs), Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIAs), intra-company transferee work permits, NAFTA work permits, study permits, pre-removal risk assessments, judicial reviews and matters before the Immigration Appeal Division.
Previously, Caroline worked in the Toronto office of a leading national law firm in corporate, labour and employment law and for one of the most respected boutique employment and human rights law firms in Toronto.
Caroline is a member of the Immigration Section of the Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association. She is a committee member of the Ontario Bar Association’s Comité des langues officielles and is bilingual in French and English.
Caroline is a lawyer in good standing with the Law Society of Upper Canada.
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