Tamara Mosher-Kuczer

Associate

Photo — Tamara Mosher-Kuczer

Tamara joined Capelle Kane in 2014 as an Associate. Tamara is fluently bilingual and has been authorized to represent clients before the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l'Inclusion in the Province of Quebec.

Tamara can be reached at tamara@capellekane.com or by calling our office at 613-230-7070.

About

Tamara joined Capelle Kane in early 2014 as an Associate. Tamara is fluently bilingual and has been authorized to represent clients before the Ministère de l'Immigration, de la Diversité et de l’Inclusion in the Province of Quebec.

Tamara is experienced in preparing Labour Market Impact Assessments (“LMIA”), Offers of Employment (IMM5802) for LMIA exempt foreign workers (including NAFTA, Intra-Company Transfers, and GATs), Express Entry, Provincial nomination, permanent residence, family class, humanitarian and compassionate, refugee and criminal rehabilitation applications. She is also experienced in preparing work permit, study permit, visitor record and Electronic Travel Authorization (“eTA”) applications.

Tamara has the advantage of having lived, worked or volunteered in Japan, Thailand, Cambodia and France and has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia and Europe.

Memberships

  • Law Society Upper Canada
  • Canadian Bar Association (Immigration Section)
  • Ontario Bar Association (Immigration Section)
  • County of Carleton Law Association

Education

  • Bar admission, Ontario 2013
  • LL.L., University of Ottawa 2012
  • LL.B., Dalhousie University 2011
  • B.A., McGill University 2005

Professional Activities

  • Canadian Bar Association (Immigration Section ) Executive – External Relations Coordinator (2016 – Present)
  • Ontario Bar Association (Immigration Section ) Executive – Member–at-Large (2016 – Present)
  • Bora Laskin Society 2011-2015
  • Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic 2010
  • Pro Bono Canada- Halifax Refugee Clinic 2009-2011
  • Pro Bono Canada – Autism Nova Scotia 2008-2009
  • Dalhousie Law Community Outreach Co-President 2009-2011

In the Community

  • The Bora Laskin Law Society,
    Vice-President of Communications

Recent Blog Posts

I have relied on Capelle Kane’s expertise since 2010 when I was appointed a Canada Research Chair by a Canadian University. Phil Capelle has and continues to guide us through the constantly evolving complexities of dealing with Service Canada, the Canada Border Services Agency, the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program, the North American Free Trade Agreement and of course, IRCC. His capacity to identify and address both short and long term hurdles and objectives is invaluable.

Professor Robert Boyd

As a Director of Human Resources for a local high technology company, I relied on Capelle Kane to help me understand the intricacies of the immigration rules. Betsy made the immigration process easy for my employees and I.

Carolyn Perkins, HR Matters Ottawa

Betsy helped my family and I immigrate to Canada. Betsy is an excellent support and very reliable source of information. The application was difficult owing to CIC program changes, but thanks to Betsy we successfully became permanent residents of Canada.

Dr. Irina Smirnova & Max Alsayar

With the recent overhaul of the Temporary Foreign Workers Program, the deep knowledge that Capelle Kane offers has become increasingly important. They have guided the Thunder Bay Symphony Orchestra through the changing rules of the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to ensure our success.

Shannon Whidden, Executive Director

Working within the academic sector, we get added value from their expertise and understanding of academic applications. They are very pro-active in providing updates to relevant changes in immigration law offering a great resource for HR professionals. Capelle Kane provides top quality service!

Director Human Resources, Canadian University