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Business Immigration

Mariam Jammal is a business and techimmigration lawyer at Sobirovs Law Firm and has been actively working with the Firm since 2018.

In her current capacity, she focuses on Global Talent Stream, Significant Benefit, Intra-Company Transfer, and Investor-class work permits, as well as work authorizations under international treaties and a variety of other temporary and permanent residence applications. Mariam has supported clients from various industries including Artificial Intelligence, Gaming Development, Media Production, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Consulting, and International Trade. She firmly believes that Canada is an excellent environment for global entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and innovative businesses to bring their visions to life.

Mariam is a firm advocate for access to justice and works diligently to represent clients and ensure that they receive the best support and service possible.

When Mariam isn’t working, she enjoys investing in community work, reading, and travelling.