Attorney Kristina Lesik is a founding partner of KLM Immigration Law and is both a licensed attorney in good standing in the State of California, as well as in the Province of Quebec, Canada. Prior to joining KLM Immigration Law, Kristina worked for several years as a litigation attorney at one of Montreal’s top law firms, practicing primarily in matters of Corporate and Civil litigation and representing clients from North America and around the world. Throughout the years, Kristina helped her clients overcome complex issues involving real estate transactions., leasing disputes, as well as construction and other liability matters. Furthermore, her practice included the drafting of contracts, advising her clients on matters of estate, succession, and debt recovery. Kristina also acted as Judicial Extern at the Los Angeles Superior Court where she assisted the Probate Court Judge.
Kristina completed her legal studies at the University of Montreal, one of Canada’s top law schools and is a member of the Quebec Bar Association. Upon obtaining a Bachelor’s of Laws degree, Kristina pursued her legal studies and completed a Master’s degree in Business Law at UCLA (University of California in Los Angeles). Prior to studying law, Kristina also completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the prestigious McGill University in Montreal, Quebec and worked in accounting and finance.
Throughout the years, Kristina has been involved in several immigration matters following her own immigration from Ukraine to Canada and more recently, her immigration from Canada to the United States. Kristina oversaw and assisted individuals with cases relating to applying for, and obtaining student visas, work visas, investor immigration and other related services. As a result of her extensive involvement in matters of immigration, and her genuine interest in this field, Kristina has decided to dedicate her current practice of law to the field of immigration. Kristina is fluent in English, French, Russian and Hebrew.