AREAS OF PRACTICE
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), R523526
Licenced Paralegal in Ontario, Law Society of Ontario Number P10924
Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA) Certificates
She combines legal profession with teaching International Trade Law to diploma and postgraduate students at George Brown College of Ontario where she works as a part-time Professor. Before establishing Lerom Immigration, Olena worked as a Senior Paralegal at one of Toronto’s law firms specializing in immigration to Canada. Mrs. Levtsun also worked as an Associate in International Tax Planning and Corporate Structuring Department of Eterna Law and articled at Ukrainian Bar Association for Foreign Affairs.
With international academic and professional background, Olena is a big supporter of Canada’s multiculturalism policy and believes in global citizenship. Olena is not only educated and has legal expertise as Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant to assist people to come to Canada but also appreciates all pros and cons of immigration path from her personal experience as an immigrant in the past.
- Global Professional Master of Laws (GPLLM), Common Law Stream, University of Toronto, ON, Canada (2018)
- Immigration Consultant Program, Herzing College, Toronto, Canada (2017)
- International Law, LL.B, LLM, Institute of International Relations Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2010), Ukraine
- Paralegal Program, Centennial College, Toronto, Canada (2014)
- International Business Management Program, George Brown College, Toronto, Canada (2013)
- Law Society of Ontario
- The Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council
- Canadian Bar Association (current member as a law student)
“People are crossing the borders of their home countries heading to another state to stay or live and in legal terms are known to be immigrants. Leaving aside this legal terminology, I would prefer a global citizen. Don’t equate immigration as a requirement to denounce your ethnicity. It is all about life and circumstances that sometimes dictate our choice to study, live, or work not in your motherland”.