MKS Immigration Lawyers and Team
Founded in November, 2002, by Gordon Maynard and Aleksandar Stojicevic, MKS is a firm specializing in Canadian Immigration and Citizenship Law.
The strength of our immigration lawyers and team is our in-depth knowledge of not only how immigration law works, but how immigration policy is implemented and the impact it has on processing.
Former Chair of the National Immigration and Citizenship Section of the Canadian Bar Association and one of the founders of the firm, Gordon Maynard is recognized as a leading immigration lawyer in Canada.
Former Chair of the National Immigration and Citizenship Section of the Canadian Bar Association and one of the founders of the firm , Alex Stojicevic is recognized one of the leading immigration lawyers in Canada.
Rudolf J. Kischer advises individuals, businesses, and the human resource departments of a number of corporations and non- profit organizations on immigration issues. Mr. Kischer has been qualified as an expert on immigration matters before immigration tribunals in Canada and the United States.
David L Thomas
David L. Thomas has practiced law in British Columbia since 1989. He started his career with a large law firm, specializing in corporate and commercial law. He left the big firm environment in 1994 with a vision to create a small firm that could better cater to the needs of employers and immigrants relocating to Vancouver from all over the world.
Prior to joining Maynard Kischer Stojicevic as an Associate, Amanda articled with the firm. She also spent time working on immigration and equality issues at West Coast LEAF, and on labour and human rights issues at a large public sector union based in Vancouver.
Before joining Maynard Kischer Stojicevic, Tess worked in commercial and civil litigation in Vancouver and Toronto. She appeared at all levels of court in British Columbia, at multi-party mediations, and before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Prior to joining Maynard Kischer Stojicevic as an Articling Student, Vera summered with the firm. She also worked as a research assistant for three faculty members at the University of British Columbia, conducting research on regulation and governance issues and constitutional law.