I’m Christina Loebach, a cross-border lawyer who thrives on helping people solve their Canada-U.S. immigration problems.

I have a decade of experience in law and cross-border issues, and am a licensed lawyer in both Michigan and Ontario. Having personally gone through the immigration process in the United States - both as a law student and as a Director of a cross-border law program - I still remember the worry and anxiety, and am dedicated to ensuring my clients feel comfortable, confident and informed. My work focuses on cross-border immigration files, meaning I primarily help Americans live and work in Canada, and Canadians live and work in the United States. Hearing my clients’ stories and helping families be together drives me to ensure I have the best contacts, most up-to-date information, and provide genuine support to those who need my services. 

I grew up in Windsor, and driving through the tunnel to get to the U.S. was a regular occurrence for me, my family, and my friends. Between dance competitions, shopping trips, and visiting family in Florida, the ability to seamlessly cross the border has always been important to me.

Every time I looked at the skyscrapers gracing the Detroit River skyline, I knew limiting myself to opportunities in one place was never going to be enough. When I decided to go to law school, I made the decision to attend law school in both Canada and the United States simultaneously. I earned two degrees in 3 years through hard work and hustle, and passed bar exams in both Ontario and Michigan in the same summer.

I have varied legal experience across both borders, serving as an extern at the Third Circuit Court in downtown Detroit,  a summer student with the Ministry of the Attorney General in Toronto, and in an articling position with a Windsor and Toronto-based full-service law firm. All of these experiences helped me to gain contacts and deepen my knowledge of the legal profession. Following these experiences, I accepted a position as the Director of a cross-border law program in Detroit, where I dealt with border and immigration issues for nearly 200 students. I later became Assistant Dean of Finance & Administration at University of Windsor’s law school. In this role I learned to juggle many files and the needs of students, faculty, and staff, which I bring with me in my interactions with my clients, ensuring I fully understand your circumstances and that your file moves. 

Outside of work, I am active in supporting my local community and mentoring students. You can always find me devouring book recommendations from BookTok.

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Canada - Law Society of Ontario 

Canada - Foreign Legal Consultant Permit, Law Society of Ontario

United States - State Bar of Michigan


Juris Doctor, University of Windsor Faculty of Law

Juris Doctor, University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

Bachelor of Arts (International Relations), University of Windsor

Community Involvement

Member, Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, Essex Law Association

Volunteer Judge, Transnational Law Moot

Past Board Member - Schools and Candidates Committee, Law School Admissions Council

Past Member - Student Affairs Competencies Task Force, National Association of Law Student Affairs Professionals

Lawyer Auctionee (Gala and Silent Gala), University of Windsor Pre-Law Students Society

Grade 11 and 12 High School Outreach, Holy Names High School

High School Co-op Supervisor and Mentor, Windsor Essex County Catholic District School Board