Natalie Domazet is a Senior Immigration Lawyer at Matkowsky Immigration Law in Toronto, Ontario. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012.
Prior to joining Matkowsky Immigration Law, Natalie practiced immigration law at another leading immigration law firm, Mamann Sandaluk and Kingwell LLP for five years. In addition, Natalie worked for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in both the Passenger Operations Division and Enforcement Division for over 10 years. Most recently, she acted as counsel representing the Minister of Immigration in hearings before the Immigration and Refugee Board.
Natalie practices in all areas of Canadian immigration and refugee law with a particular focus on litigation. She is an experienced advocate, frequently appearing in hearings before the Federal Court and all divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board in appeals, admissibility hearings, and refugee matters. Likewise, Natalie has extensive experience with written advocacy and may assist with a range of application including for: temporary resident permits, sponsorships, criminal rehabilitation, pre-removal risk assessments, procedural fairness responses, study permits, visitor visas and humanitarian and compassionate applications.
Natalie has previously taught Immigration and Refugee Law at Humber College in the Immigration Consultant Certificate of Achievement program.