Salalegal partners up with experienced professionals in order to help you in your different immigration ventures.
Maître Blandine Sala is the founder of Salalegal, a firm dealing with immigration law.
Very passionate about multiculturalism and well aware of the difficulties surrounding the immigration process, Maître Sala wanted to set up a multi-purpose firm that deals with temporary and permanent residence applications and offers representation services before the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. Sensitive to her clients’ realities, her mission is to put the law at the people’s service and simplify the immigration process of her clients.
During her studies and after obtaining her title as a lawyer, Ms. Sala was and has been involved in various organizations promoting human rights, including women’s rights. In addition to her private practice, she was in charge of a legal information clinic in an organization advocating for the rights of people living with episodic illnesses. She is currently a member of the Women in the Legal Profession of The Bar of Montreal.
Madam Ourvashi Hullodhur works at the Salalegal law firm as a legal assistant. She is in charge of the daily follow-ups of the files with the competent authorities.
Originally from l’Île Maurice, Ourvashi completed a year at Middlesex University in common law before joining O’Sullivan College’s Legal Techniques program in Montreal, which she plans on completing in the winter of 2019. Ourvashi brings to the cabinet and its clients her experience as an international student. In addition to French and English, Ourvashi also masters Hindi, Urdu, Mauritian Creole and Marathi.
Along with immigration law, she also has a strong interest in human rights and criminal law.
In order to walk its clients through every step of the immigration process, the firm regularly collaborates with organizations and companies offering services in fields related to immigration.
Well aware that being part of a work force is often a key factor in a successful immigration, the Salalegal practice collaborates regularly with the Sanon Consulting firm. Founded by Mrs. Betty Sanon, certified industrial relations counsellor (CRIC) and with nearly 15 years of experience in human resources, the firm offers newcomers support services in job searching, resume writing, interview simulations and many more.
The firm also provides human resource outsourcing services to employers to help organizations, teams and individuals work in a healthy work environment. Their motto: Happy employees are more productive, more involved, more proactive and more efficient.
Concerned with the well-being of its clients, our firm invites any woman struggling with a difficult situation to contact the Front Line Services of the Women’s Center of Montreal located on the Plateau Mont-Royal. As an entryway to the Women’s Center of Montreal, the Front Line Services offers women a place where they can receive support in complete confidentiality and with respect. In order to assist as many women as possible, they offer their services in French, English, Arabic, Spanish and Creole. The Center provides women in Canada and elsewhere with basic services that promote their personal, social, psychological and economic independence.
The firm regularly collaborates with Talent Immigrant, whose mission is to nurture immigrant talent, facilitate their social and professional integration and encourage them to get involved in their new society. With this in mind, the organization regularly organizes networking activities aimed to mobilizing all professionals with an immigrant background in order to help them develop a support network for everybody.
Given the stakes of the international mobility of students and workers, Maitre Blandine Sala collaborates regularly with her French counterpart, Maitre Christel Boissel, founder of the Cabinet CBAvocats based in Paris, in order to offer high legal security and foolproof responsive services. In addition to her specialty in French business law, the firm also offers advice and takes care of visa applications for Canadian students and workers who wish to immigrate to France.