I was indeed very lucky to find Kamaljit, right when my whole life had turned upside down and I ran into an immigration trouble due to my abusive marital relationship. I don’t think I would ever be able to find enough words to express my gratitude for Kamaljit and her team for all that they did to help me get my Permanent Residence. It was a long road since our first meeting in 2015 when there seemed no light at the end of the tunnel. My struggle would not have turned into a success without Kamaljit. She through her in depth knowledge, extensive experience in handling immigration law and most importantly her compassionate behaviour towards my situation got me to the finish line. It was indeed a blessing to have her in all those crucial times when I was ready to melt. Kamaljit, please never underestimate the comfort you provide by the way you partner with your clients. That’s what distinguishes you. I would and highly recommend you whenever I can. It’s been an absolute pleasure knowing you and working with you.
Kamaljit is actively involved in the Community Coordination for Women’s Safety and has acted as supervising lawyer for EVA BC (The Ending Violence Association of British Columbia) on a Law Foundation program addressing domestic violence and immigrant women. She continues to work with EVA BC to advocate for legal and policy changes to keep women, in particular, immigrant women safe.
Through her work at EVA BC Kamaljit has hosted many workshops and presented before many groups on the issue of domestic violence and immigrant women.
Kamaljit has been a Director of Options Community Services Society since 1996 – a non-profit organization that provides family and community services.
Kamaljit is connected with her heritage. She enjoys participating in community cultural events. She is an alumni member of the Indo-Canadian Women’s Organization whose mandate it is to educate and empower women. She is fluent in Punjabi and Hindi and provides this language service for her clients.
Mehmoona is very involved and well-known within her Muslim community. She has been a longstanding member of the British Columbia Muslim Association (BCMA), and has been on the BCMA Women’s Council, as well as the Chair of the Board of her local branch. She is a volunteer with the Muslim Food Bank and enjoys assisting the community in need.