Neda has extensive experience in immigration law and international matters acquired through a wide range of both professional and personal activities.
Prior to founding Vrazalic Law Firm, Neda acquired extensive experience at a prominent San Francisco based immigration law firm. In this role, Neda assisted hundreds of individuals and businesses from all over the world in navigating complex employment and family based immigration matters. Her clients included small and mid-sized companies, academic institutions, hospitals, individuals and families. She successfully represented corporate executives, professionals, international students, members of the LGBT community, and undocumented individuals and victims of crime in obtaining nonimmigrant and immigrant visas. Neda understands how legal matters can be intimidating which is why she strives and dedicates herself to keeping every client informed and comfortable throughout the entire process.
Neda is both a U.S. and Serbia trained lawyer who received her law degrees from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law and the University of San Francisco Law School. Neda is a member of California State Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
As a first-generation immigrant of Serbian descent, Neda understands the difficulties and struggles new immigrants face every day and she is devoted to working hard and ensuring the success for each of her clients. Neda is firmly committed to building strong community values and is currently working with members of the Ex Yugoslavian-American immigrant community to provide and promote effective resources for recent immigrants. Neda also provides legal seminars to help educate recent newcomers to the basics of U.S. Immigration Law.
On the personal end, Neda is a proud citizen of both the United States and Serbia. Neda thrives in embracing different cultures and has also traveled extensively throughout the world, making stops in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Central America. She is fluent in both English and Serbian (Croatian, Montenegrin, Bosnian and Macedonian).