Donna Habsha is an Associate Lawyer in the Immigration Practice at PwC Law LLP working out of the Toronto office.
Donna advises multinationals and small corporate clients on the international mobility of their employees as well as strategies for transitioning them to Canadian permanent residence. In addition, Donna works directly with employees to address inadmissibility issues, temporary residence applications and immigration options available through family sponsorship, economic class applications and the various provincial nominee programs.
Donna graduated from York University with honours and received her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Windsor Law. Prior to joining PwC Law LLP, Donna practiced criminal and immigration law with leading firms in Toronto appearing before the Immigration and Refugee Board, Ontario Court of Justice and the Federal Court of Canada.
Donna has served as a contributing instructor to the Seneca College immigration law course and continues to provide immigration information seminars to corporate counsel, human resource professionals and corporate leaders at various conferences and seminars. Donna was assistant editor and a contributing author to the monthly Human Rights Tribune and the citizenship refusals and appeals section of the Canadian Encyclopedic Digest.
Donna is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Ontario Bar Association Citizenship and Immigration section and the Women’s Law Association of Ontario.