Tamara Karagic

Immigration Practitioner Certificate Program Bow Valley College, Calgary, Canada (2016); Master’s in Law University of Belgrade, Serbia (2011); M.A. International Human Rights Law Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, Norway (2006); 

RCIC (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant)

Tamara KaragicTamara Karagic is an accomplished immigration law professional with a deep passion for teaching and consultancy. Holding an M.A. in International Human Rights Law and a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) designation, Ms. Karagic has over ten years of dedicated practice in Canadian immigration law and policy. As an experienced Immigration Consultant, she founded Immigration 360 Inc. in Calgary, where she successfully assisted clients with intricate immigration processes and applications.

Ms. Karagic's commitment to education extends to her roles as an International Admissions Coordinator at Campus, Support Inc., where she advised students on immigration matters, and an Academic Instructor at CDI College, where she delivered immigration law instruction and mentored aspiring practitioners. Her experience as an International Assistant Director of Admissions and a Recruitment Specialist showcases her deep understanding of international enrollment processes and student advising. Beyond the classroom, she served as a National Human Rights Monitor for the OSCE, a testament to her dedication to human rights and international law.

Ms. Karagic has been recognized for her ability to facilitate engaging online discussions and tutorials. Her expertise in learning management systems and video-conferencing software ensures a seamless teaching experience for students. Born in Croatia, and educated in Serbia, she furthered her studies in Norway, the United States and Canada and is multilingual, fostering a broad global perspective. Ms. Karagic's numerous awards, including the CAPIC Academic Excellence Award, underscore her dedication to her field and her ability to contribute positively to the immigration law community. At Queen's University, she aims to leverage her wealth of experience to enrich the Graduate Diploma in Immigration and Citizenship Law program.