Sarah N. Goodman
Helping individuals, families and businesses achieve their immigration goals
2014 Called to the Bar of British Columbia
2011 Called to the Bar of Ontario
2010 Juris Doctor – Osgoode Hall Law School
2007 Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) – Schulich School of Business
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Law Society of British Columbia
Director, Victoria Bar Association
Director, Camosun College Foundation
Queen’s Professional Excellence Award
About Sarah N. Goodman
Sarah moved to British Columbia following several years of practice at a national law firm in Toronto, Ontario. Sarah’s keen interest in immigration and refugee law developed from her family history: her father was a lawyer and Chairperson of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, and her mother is from a family who immigrated to Canada from Lithuania through the refugee re-settlement program shortly after the Second World War.
Sarah enjoys working with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds. She appreciates that the decision to immigrate to Canada is an important one, and therefore makes it a priority to ensure that her clients feel at ease throughout the immigration process.
Sarah’s areas of expertise include the following:
- Work Permit Applications
- Study Permit Applications
- Visitor Applications
- Applications for Permanent Resident Status
- Canadian Experience Class
- Federal Skilled Worker
- Federal Skilled Trades
- Provincial Nominee
- Family Class
- Self-Employed Persons
- Humanitarian and Compassionate
- Temporary Resident Permit Applications
- Criminal Rehabilitation Applications
- Permanent Resident Card Applications
- Citizenship Applications
- Immigration and Refugee Appeals
Sarah Goodman works closely with both David Aujla and Sarah Sohn at the Crease Harman Immigration Practice Group.
David Aujla leads the firm’s Immigration and Citizenship Group and brings with him over 40 years of experience in immigration law. He has assisted international clients from over 100 countries with their immigration, citizenship and settlement needs.
Sarah Sohn has a law degree from the University of Victoria and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cornell University and will be assisting clients with all immigration and citizenship matters.