Ana Rasmusson, who is originally from Mexico, earned a Bachelor of Laws degree with Honours from Nottingham Trent University in England. She is a member of the ICCRC-CRCIC with over 15 years of experience advising and representing clients worldwide with respect to matters involving Canadian immigration law.
She has developed and taught a variety of immigration law courses for various universities and colleges across Canada, including the University of British Columbia, Ashton College, Sheridan College, Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology and CSIC e-Academy. She was a contributor to the textbook “Canadian Immigration and Refugee Law for Legal Professionals” (Editions 1 to 4) and developed the accompanying supplementary test bank, published by Emond Publishing.
Throughout her career, Ana has been active with community organizations. She served as the Director of the Education Committee for the Latin-American Association of Certified Canadian Immigration Consultants (ALCAI). Additionally, she served on the board of directors for a Member of Parliament for two consecutive terms.
Ana has been interviewed by RCI Radio Canada International, El Correo Canadiense, the Toronto Star, and TV Azteca regarding issues pertaining to Canadian Immigration law.