Andrew Wlodyka graduated from UBC in 1973 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Relations. He received his Bachelor of Law degree from UBC in 1977 and was called to the Bar in British Columbia in 1978. Through his practice at Wlodyka MacDonald Teng, Andrew represents individuals and corporations in all aspects of Canadian immigration. He represents clients who wish to apply for permanent residence in Canada under the independent, family and business categories. He also handles applications for work and study permits and visitor visas.
Andrew has served on the Immigration Appeal Board, where he was promoted to Assistant Deputy Chair of the Immigration Appeal Division, Immigration and Refugee Board. He is an associate editor for the Immigration Law Reporter, and an immigration law lecturer.
Andrew’s expertise in the immigration and citizenship area has been recognized by the Canadian Legal expert Directory. Andrew was recognized by Best Lawyer Canada 2020 edition as leading lawyer in Immigration Law in Canada.