About Me

Gabriela Martinez started practising immigration law after realizing the need for high quality and affordable immigration services in the Toronto area. After years working in the settlement sector in Toronto, and serving refugees abroad, Gabriela focused on immigration solutions for individuals and families at a time when the immigration policies changed intensely. This made her eager to cultivate her own practice, one that would effectively intersect her expertise with a caring approach in a consulting setting. She believes that what wins a case and what makes immigrants thrive is the attention to detail, preparation and a personal connection with clients. That is the energy that sets her apart.

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From working at United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to opening her own practice in 2013, Gabriela has been in the immigration sector for over 10 years. With her assistance, hundreds of refugees and immigrants have made Toronto home, and she continues to provide the same dedication to all her clients. Practicing both in Latin America and Canada, Gabriela has hands-on experience with how to gather evidence, submit well-drafted applications and work with authorities in the region. Staying ahead of the law’s frequent changes is Gabriela’s sixth sense.

Gabriela Martinez has been serving the Latin American community in Toronto since 2008. She is on the pulse of the recent immigration policy changes, and has monitored their evolution to inform her legal approaches—all to give you exceptional advice that will last for years to come.






Master of Laws, 2015

Human Rights Diploma, 2004
Bachelor of Laws, 2002

Activities & Affiliations

  • Law Society of Ontario (2018)
  • Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (2013-2018)
  • Canadian Hispanic Bar Association

Bar admissions

  • Ontario, Canada (2018)
  • Caracas, Venezuela (2003)