Virtual Pro-bono Clinic 

  


   Schedule

 September 17, 2020

    3:00 PM – 5:00 pm (PT)


A total of 12 Clients will be accepted for a 30-minute consultation regarding any immigration topic. 

Registration Process:
1) Submit the registration form if you want to be one of the 12 clients who would be interacting with immigration experts in this free Pro-Bono (Live Online) Clinic.

2) If you get accepted, an email will be sent to you with the time of your consultation and details of your virtual meeting. Prior to the consultation, you need to sign a Consultation Agreement between a client and the Regulated Immigration Consultant. The goal of the clinic is to provide you with legal advice, not representation. Each person/family will only have 30 minutes to interact with the Regulated Immigration Consultant.

Please note: The goal of the clinic is to provide you with legal advice, not representation. Each person/family will  be limited to 30 minutes with the Regulated Immigration Consultant..

Get A Free Consultation Regarding Any Immigration Matter:
The immigration process is a complex one, and while Canada is welcoming near-record numbers of immigrants to the country, navigating the process isn’t easy. There are numerous immigration streams one can apply through, as well as requirement differences between national and provincial or territorial programs. A potential immigrant is likely to feel overwhelmed facing these challenges without expert help. Fortunately, immigration practitioners are here to help others be successful in coming to Canada and care about the best opportunities for the individuals involved.

That’s why Pro-Bono clinics are such an ideal opportunity. They bring together those who need help with those who want to provide support.

Note: The upcoming Pro-Bono clinic will be conducted through Zoom meetings and accepted clients will get the link after they submit their registration.

Participating Immigration Practitioners:

Bowden, Shawn 

With a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Relations, the transition into immigration was a natural one for Shawn Bowden. For the past five years, Shawn has been working in the field of immigration, advising the provincial government on immigration policy, writing columns on immigration-related issues and conducting international immigration seminars.
Shawn spent several years working in Japan, and is excited about sharing his global experiences with Ashton students.

McKay, Ron 

Ron McKay has been employed in the Canadian immigration field for over thirty years. He was previously employed as a locally engaged Immigration Officer at the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan from 1986 to 1996. When he returned to Canada, he was employed as the in-house Immigration Consultant for the law firm of Clark Wilson LLP in Vancouver, British Columbia from 1996 to 2016.

Correia, Vitoria

Vitoria Correia earned her Bachelor of Law from Lusiada University, Lisbon, Portugal in 1998 and was called to the Portuguese Bar Association in 2001. Her ensuing ten-year legal practice focused primarily on immigration, family and public law. As a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, Vitoria enjoys conveying her knowledge in a classroom setting, as well as representing and advising her clients on various immigration matters.

Ashton College organizes Pro-Bono clinics to give back to the community and to help those who have less income to have access to legal advice on immigration matters.

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