Stéphane Aublet is a paralegal within the Labour, Employment and Human Rights group at the Montréal office and his practice focuses on immigration law. Stéphane has been working in immigration since 2007. In 2009, he earned his Attestation of Collegial Studies in immigration consulting from Lasalle College before being admitted into the Canadian Society of Immigration Consultants (now the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council). He has also been a member of the Quebec Register of Immigration Consultants since its creation. In 2012, he joined the corporate immigration law team at Fasken’s Montréal offices as a law clerk.
Stéphane Aublet’s duties include working with clients and the lawyer in charge to prepare temporary or permanent immigration applications for Canada (work permits, temporary and permanent resident visas, etc.) or Canadian citizenship, and following up on these applications with the various departments.
He also performs searches on a number of legal or procedural issues, and helps manage the file follow-up process.