Mariam Jammal

Immigration Case Worker

Mariam Jammal

Immigration Case Worker

Mariam Jammal is a recent graduate from the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law and is undergoing her Articling at Sobirovs Law Firm. Mariam’s primary interests include Immigration and Refugee Law. She has previously worked in the Immigration Stream of the Legal Assistance of Windsor Legal Clinic, where she assisted on various permanent and temporary residency cases including work permits and extensions, citizenship applications, TRPs and family sponsorship applications. She joined the team at ImmigrationShop in 2019 to help develop the innovative “Study in Canada” Workshop. She looks forward to expanding her experience in business immigration.

During law school, Mariam was heavily involved within her community and held leadership positions in the Windsor Chapter of the Canadian Association of Refugee Lawyers, and the Women of Colour Legal Alliance of Windsor. She was also actively involved in student engagement, and a proponent of more meaningful equity, diversity and inclusion initiatives in law school and the legal profession. Mariam helped spearhead the “See Yourself Here” campaign, a collaborative initiative to empower youth to pursue careers in law. She is committed to bringing this same passion and focus to her work with her clients.

In her spare time, Mariam enjoys baking, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and a good suspense novel.

• Canadian immigration law
• Business immigration, corporate immigration and economic immigration

• Juris Doctor, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada (2020)
• Honours Bachelor of Arts, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada (2017)

Province of Ontario

• Law Society of Ontario
• Canadian Bar Association
• Ontario Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division; Citizenship and Immigration Section

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