Canada’s immigration programs support the development of a strong and prosperous Canadian economy, in which the benefits of immigration are shared across all regions of Canada. Numerous immigrants have contributed their talents and hard work to Canada’s success.
Pu is a strong advocate for our corporate and individual clients as they explore business opportunities, expand the market, and establish a new life in Canada. Every client is unique. She takes the time to understand our clients’ short, medium and long-term goals, and objectives. She proactively identifies potential risks and further customizes the most suitable plan for each client.
Having 10 years of experience as an immigration paralegal, and over 5 years of legal experience in governmental positions, Pu honed in-depth legal research skills and developed great insight in public policies. She goes above and beyond to critically analyze challenging situations and uncovers creative legal pathways and solutions. Clients appreciate how resourceful, practical and determined she is in her approach.
International renewable energy engineering company
- Facilitating 30+ work permits and business visitor status for employees of the parent company to build 2 bio-mass electricity generating plants in Merrit and Fort St James BC
International infrastructure contractor
- Facilitating 40+ work permits and business visitor status for employees of the parent company to build the Regina SK bypass project
International biotechnology company
- Advising and representing the company and its employees in transferring highly skilled and qualified scientists to Canada to work on leading edge bio-tech projects
|Work permits||Family sponsorship|
|Permanent residency||Entrepreneur programs|
|Labour market impact assessments||Citizenship|
|Labour market impact assessment exemptions||Inadmissibility|
With fluency in Mandarin and English, Pu also serves as a translator and interpreter for many of our litigation and corporate clients. Her solid legal background and culture understanding in both Canada and Asia allows her to bridge gaps and facilitate legal understanding.Download PDF