About VC Legal (UK)
VC Legal (UK) is dynamic, London-based legal practice specializing in UK business and private immigration matters. Offering a fresh and flexible perspective, we work closely with our clients on all immigration-related matters and combine a culture of entrepreneurial legal expertise with solid practical knowledge. We provide individual and corporate clients with professional and efficient visa results. Technology enables us to work efficiently with our clients worldwide Our area of expertise is Appeals and Entry Clearance applications for professionals, business people, spouses and other family members relocating to the UK, and other type of entry visa for students, musicians, sports people, etc. We also provide legal assistance and training to companies applying for a sponsorship license and can conduct a pre-audit assessment. We have a high rate of success and have developed our business through clients’ referrals
VC Legal (UK) is managed by Vesna Trifunov Collins who has over 15 years of practical immigration experience gained in central London solicitors firms. Vesna’s qualifications are:
- Qualified Serbian Lawyer since 1986
- CPD (Postgraduate Diploma in Law) obtained from Thames Valley University, London in 1997
- Accredited Senior Immigration Advisor by the Law Society and Legal Service Commission in 2005.
- Registered with OISC at Level 3 for Advocacy and Legal Representation in 2009
During her legal career Vesna prepared many successful applications and appeals at the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal for nationals from Japan, Korea, Malawi, South Africa, Serbia, Kosovo, Turkey, Pakistan, Jamaica, Angola, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, Latvia, Ukraine, Armenia, Lebanon, Iraq, Mongolia, amongst others. Vesna have experience of conducting complex immigration cases that require lodging applications to the High Court. Vesna is a dual national (British-Serbian) and therefore has an in-depth knowledge in EU Law and Nationality and Citizenship issues. She is fluent in Serbo- Croat, and speaks French and German.