Nan Berezowski is an outstanding practitioner with considerable experience of US and Canadian migration matters.
Nan Berezowski (BA, LLB, LLM) has practised immigration law for 25 years. Her clients include IT companies; plane and automobile manufacturers; educational institutions; recruitment and consulting companies; and a host of professionals. She is admitted to practise in Canada (Ontario) and the USA (New York).
Ms Berezowski has chaired numerous conferences and published over 50 papers on immigration law for the Conference Board of Canada, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association, the American Chamber of Commerce and the American Bar Association. She is the author of a series of articles on the nexus between labour market demand and Canadian immigration policy, and an analysis of Canada’s citizenship law published in the Toronto Law Journal. She is also co-author of Citizenship (Carswell Canada). Her legal analysis has been cited by the Supreme Court of Canada and she has appeared before the Canadian House of Commons standing committee on immigration.
Ms Berezowski is past chair of the AILA Canada chapter and has served on the AILA national executive and national border subcommittee. She is also a former executive member of the Ontario Bar Association’s citizenship and immigration section, and a board member of the Canadian Employer Relocation Counsel.
At the forefront of Canadian immigration, Ms Berezowski regularly serves as immigration counsel to Canadian, US and international law firms finding creative answers for their most difficult cases.