Vesna is a lawyer with over 20 years experience in immigration law. She worked for 10 years in a private solicitor’s firm in Central London before establishing VC Legal (UK) in 2009. She practices in all areas of Immigration law including Nationality law, EU Law, Convention of Human Rights.
Areas of expertise are applications for professionals, business people, spouses and other family members relocating to the UK. Vesna specialises in advising companies on global mobility strategy and on all aspects of the sponsorship process. In particular, she has developed expertise in Tier 2 applications for dentists, IT specialists and different artists within the film industry.
Over the last 10 years, VC Legal UK has won many successful appeals at the Immigration Tribunal on behalf of nationals from: Turkey, Japan, China, South Korea, Malawi, South Africa, Serbia, Kosovo, Jamaica, Angola, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Latvia, Ukraine, Armenia, Lebanon, Iraq, Mongolia, and many others. Vesna also carries out complex immigration work that requires lodging applications to the High Court. She works closely with barristers from the Lamb Building Chambers on various complex and high profile cases. Our notable case is the Upper Tribunal judgment in Shebel(Entrepreneur: proof of contracts)  UKUT 00216 (IAC) that was published.
She studied at the University of West London where she was awarded a CPD (Postgraduate Diploma in Law) in 1997. Vesna is a qualified lawyer within Serbian jurisdiction system from 1986 when she obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the Faculty of Law,University of Belgrade.
Vesna has been a member of the Immigration Law Practitioner’s Association since 1996 and is now a member of the Migration and Economic Subcommittee as well as the Family and General Subcommittee. She is a member of JCWI, Free Movement and registered with OISC at Level 3 to conduct Advocacy, Representation and Judicial Review Case management.
Vesna is a dual national (British-Serbian) and therefore has an in-depth interest in EU Law, Nationality and Citizenship issues. She monitors closely all developments concerning Brexit. She speaks Serbo-Croat, French and German.