Lynn Gaudet is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant who operated an immigration consulting business as a sole practitioner in Calgary, Alberta from 2004-2021. Over the years, her case load spanned a wide variety immigration and refugee applications, representing thousands of applicants. She has extensive experience in adult education over many decades - teaching, writing and developing instructional materials on various aspects of the legal system particularly targeted to non-lawyers. She assisted in curriculum development and teaching for the former Immigration Practitioner Program at Bow Valley College in Calgary.
She has presented CPD-accredited seminars for immigration practitioners and is an occasional contractor for Emond Publishing Ltd to prepare practice exam questions for RCICs. She now lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia and is semi-retired from active practice. Her current client work mainly focuses on criminal inadmissibility under IRPA.
Ms. Gaudet has a B.A.in Communications from Simon Fraser University and an LL.B. from the University of Victoria. She co-authored the Immigration Practitioner’s Handbook published annually by Thomson Carswell Ltd. from 2006-2012. She is a member of College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants and the Canadian Bar Association, National Immigration Section.