Lena Levtsun is a Canadian immigration attorney. She is the founder of Lerom Law, based in Toronto, Canada.
Specializing in Canadian immigration law, Lerom Law advises clients in business immigration, express entry immigration, family-based immigration, as well as work and study visa applications. Its team also guides clients through the complex process of overcoming inadmissibility and represents clients to respond to immigration refusals.
Levtsun assists international investors, foreign traders, intra-company transferees and high net worth individuals in their efforts to work, settle and establish businesses in Canada. With expertise in international trade law and management, Levtsun offers legal support to international companies and traders who seek to start and run export and import operations in Canada. She has extensive knowledge of trade agreements that apply to Canada, including the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, and the World Trade Organization General Agreement on Trade in Services.
Prior to establishing her own business, Levtsun taught international trade law as a professor at George Brown College in Toronto. She also worked as a paralegal at Sobirovs Law Group, where she focused on immigration- and business-related legal matters.
Levtsun has been admitted to practice law by the Law Society of Ontario since 2019. She is a regulated Canadian immigration consultant by the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. Levtsun has also completed a certificate program in international freight forwarding.
Levtsun holds a master’s degree in common law from the University of Toronto. She also obtained a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in international law from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
Levtsun speaks English, Russian and Ukrainian.
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