As a licensed RCIC since 2016, Avery counsels on various cases and is particularly enthusiastic about IAD Appeals, Express Entry, Provincial Nomination Programs, and Remedies to Overcome Inadmissibility.  

Avery is currently a faculty member with the new Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law program (GDipICL) at Queen’s Law School. From 2018 to 2020, Avery taught immigration law to approximately two hundreds immigration consultant students in two colleges, CDI College and Ashton College. She has also been actively conducting immigration related workshops, including working with Vancouver local based immigration settlement non-profits.

Avery holds a Master’s degree in marine biology from Rutgers University, New Jersey. Prior to RCIC immigration practice, for ten years she worked in prestigious university science laboratories and top-notch high schools. In her spare time, Avery loves to travel. She is half-way through her plans to travel all 13 provinces in Canada and 50 states in USA.

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