Aline Lechaume holds a PhD in Cultural and Social Geography from the Paris-Sorbonne University, France, and Laval University, Quebec. She has been a research-professor in Industrial Relations at Laval University, Quebec, since 2018. Previously, she was a researcher at the Quebec provincial Ministry of Work, Employment and Social Solidarity (MTESS) and the Poverty and Social Exclusion Research Center (CEPE). For 20 years, she has been interested in migrants’ socio-professional insertion pathways, in addition to public policies and programmes on migration, employment, poverty, and social exclusion. She leads the research project “Beyond Irregular Entry: Pathways of Migration and Socio-professional Insertion of Asylum Seekers in Quebec” (SSHRC – Insight Development). Aline is a co-researcher on the project, “Beyond Exile: Refugees’ Life Course in Quebec from 1980 to Today”, led by Charles Fleury (SSHRC – Insight Development), and she collaborates on the project, led by Danièle Bélanger, “Mobilities and Migratory Trajectories in Canada” (SSHRC – Insight Development). Aline is a member of the Research Chair on Integration and Management of Diversities in Employment (CRIDE), the Research Team in Partnership on Cultural Diversity and Immigration in the Region of Québec (ÉDIQ), and the Research Network Chair on Youth (CRJ). She has collaborated with the Research Chair in Global Migration Processes since its creation and co-supervises students with Danièle Bélanger and Charles Fleury.