No seminars planned in near future
Immigration Essentials II
Immigration Essentials: Spousal Sponsorship
Immigration Essentials I + II
When everything else fails
Goodbye, 2013...the year of changes
Goodbye, 2013... Vancouver
Goodbye, 2014...Quo vadis Canada?
Vancouver Goodbye, 2014
Goodbye, 2015...another year gone
Goodbye, 2015... in Vancouver
Kanthasamy and H&C; Owner-operator LMIA
Canada's immigration world after Kanthasamy
Goodbye, 2016... A year of hope
A Career in Immigration Law
Catherine opened her own firm in 1990 and operated as a sole practitioner until joining Miller Thomson as a partner in 2010 where she practiced for 5 years. On May 2015, Catherine returned to sole practice and on Nov 2, 2015, she welcomed Victor Ing establishing Sas & Ing Immigration Law Centre.
As an immigration lawyer, Catherine provides a full range of immigration services and is recognized as a leading immigration practitioner by Lexpert, Who’s Who Legal and Best Lawyers in Canada. Catherine was voted Vancouver’s Best Immigration Lawyer for the 5th consecutive year in 2016.
Catherine is a member of the American Bar Association, Trial Lawyers of British Columbia, American Immigration Lawyers Association, and International Bar Association. She is also registered as a Foreign Legal Consultant with the State Bar of California enabling her to better serve her American clientele in the film and television and high tech industries.
Catherine has been part of Team Canada and Team British Columbia trade missions to countries such as Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, China, Hong Kong, and the United States, and has participated in continuing legal education seminars, appeared in parliamentary committees on immigration issues and spoken at international conferences and symposiums.
Born in Edmonton, AB, Catherine lived in Spirit River, Alberta until moving to Abbotsford, BC when she was six. While pursuing her education, Catherine has lived in Victoria, Montreal, Cultus Lake, BC and Vancouver. In 1989 Catherine spent a year teaching English in Nagoya, Japan. She now practices law in Vancouver, but resides in Parksville, BC on Vancouver Island with her husband Paul and sons Louis and William.