I received my bachelor’s degree in political science from Trinity College at the University of Toronto and my law degree from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University. My interest in Canadian immigration law began during law school and culminated in the receipt of the Queen’s Law Prize in Immigration Law.
My professional work experience has been earmarked by a career at two of the top-performing Canadian immigration law firms in downtown Toronto. Now in my day-to-day practice at Jakabek Immigration Law I focus on the preparation and submission of a wide variety of temporary and permanent residence applications. I further focus on appeals before the Immigration and Refugee Board and judicial reviews before the Federal Court of Canada.
As the founder of Jakabek Immigration Law, I’m proud to now consider myself a part of Canada’s strong tradition of nation-building through immigration. I have memberships spanning from the Canadian Bar Association to the RLA, the Ontario Bar Association’s Immigration Section, CARL and the Canadian Immigration Lawyer’s Association. I strongly believe that this combination of personal experiences, education, work experience and professional networks forms the basis of my passion and success in helping others work, study, visit or live in Canada.
I aim to use every resource at my disposition to guide new and prospective Canadians like yourself to a successful journey to Canada.
Let’s get started on this journey today.