Camilla Jones Bio
Camilla Jones is a member of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Counsel. She has been in private practice as an immigration consultant in Toronto since 1995. Her practice primarily concentrates on In Land applications and she specializes in Humanitarian and Compassionate applications. She has an Honours B.A. in Sociology from York University. Prior to opening her consulting business, she was a Manager with the then Department of Employment and Immigration Canada, which later became Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Camilla was active on the Policy and Lobbying Committee of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC).
Camilla was a board member of its predecessor organization, the Association of Immigration Consultants of Canada (AICC), dedicating her time to consultant education. She co-founded the Immigration Consultants’ Listserv. She was a co-author of the Immigration Practitioner’s Handbook a legal text book covering key areas of immigration published by Thomson Carswell Canada. She contributes articles on immigration for ImmQuest, a periodical for immigration practitioners. Camilla teaches Immigration and Refugee Law to Paralegals at Seneca College in Toronto. She is regularly asked to guest lecture on Immigration topics of interest to practioneers.
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant
RCIC – ICCRC