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Attorneys

Randall Caudle

At Caudle Immigration, Randall represents individuals, families and businesses from around the world in family immigration, marriage to U.S. Citizen cases, K-1 fiancé(e) visa cases, H-1B visas & other business immigration and visa petitions.

He is frequently consulted on immigration issues by the press and is asked to speak about the subject of immigration law to other immigration attorneys, law students, college students, and high school students.

Additionally, Randall has been an adjunct professor of Immigration and Refugee Law at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco and an adjunct professor of paralegal studies at U.C. Berkeley.

Randall has previously served on several American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) National Committees and the AILA National Board of Governors for two years. Randall is actively involved with AILA and has twice served as the AILA Santa Clara Valley Chapter President. He recently served 3 years on the AILA National U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services California Service Center Liaison Committee and as the AILA membership committee chair.

Randall recently served as the Conference Chair of the annual AILA CA Conference in Monterey in November 2010 and previously served as the Conference Chair on the AILA National Fundamentals Conference Committee in Memphis, Tennessee, for new immigration attorneys.

A native of California, Randall grew up in Santa Barbara, CA and Ventura, CA. Randall attended Buena High School in Ventura, California before completing his undergraduate studies at University of California, Santa Barbara. Randall earned his law degree from Whittier Law School in Los Angeles, CA.

Randall enjoys reading fictional books, long-distance running, baseball, softball, watching ESPN sports highlights, action-adventure and thriller movies, international travel and spending time with his wife and kids. Randall is a coffee aficionado and only drinks tea when he is not feeling well.

Scarlett Leiva

Ms. Leiva started with the firm as a Law Clerk in 2013. She joined the firm after passing the bar in Atlanta and is a member of the Georgia State Bar and American Immigration Lawyers Association.

At Caudle Immigration Ms. Leiva regularly represents our clients before U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) of San Francisco.

She represents individuals and families from around the world in family immigration, marriage to U.S. Citizen cases, Marriage Fraud Interviews, K-1 fiancé(e) visa cases, Citizenship matters,  and is an advocate for Victims of Crime and Domestic Violence (U-Visas, VAWA).

Ms. Leiva graduated Cum Laude from John Marshall Law School. While in law school she was an intern at the Georgia Public Defender’s Office and participated in the Catholic Charities Immigration Clinic where they represented individuals before the Immigration Courts.

Prior to passing the bar, Ms. Leiva worked at an Atlanta Worker’s Compensation firm representing clients against insurers and assisting the trial attorney before the Workers’ Compensation Board.

As a second-generation immigrant Ms. Leiva believes in giving back to the immigrant community and volunteers with Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights of San Francisco to represent clients on a pro bono basis.


Tara Veerathanongdech

Tara is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has been an immigration attorney at Caudle Immigration since August of 2010. Tara specializes in family immigration and business immigration including H-1B, TN, E-3, L-1 and J-1 visa applications.

Tara received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado in Boulder, where she was the Associate Editor of The University of Colorado Law Review and a member of the Asian Pacific Law Students Association. While in law school, Tara interned at the Immigrant Legal Center of Boulder County in Colorado and was a law clerk with the US Department of Labor. Tara also wrote a law review paper focusing on the lawfulness of medicating immigrant detainees in order to deport them, “The Involuntary Medication of Immigrant Detainees.”

Tara received her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Sociology, with a minor in French Literature from the University of California, San Diego.

Tara is a native San Franciscan. In her free time, she likes to hike, travel, watch movies, and spend time with her friends & family. Tara has also volunteered at Bay Area Legal Aid in San Francisco.

Neda Vrazalic

Attorney Neda Vrazalic is an active member of California State Bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

Ms. Neda received her Bachelor’s degree in Law (LL.B) from University of Belgrade, one of the top universities in Serbia and the entire region of former Yugoslavia. The Department of Education of Serbia awarded her a full scholarship. She subsequently attended University of San Francisco School of Law, obtained her Master’s degree in International Business Transactions and Comparative Law (LL.M.) and passed the California Bar Exam.

Ms. Vrazalic joined the firm in 2013. She practices in the areas of Family & Employment-Based Immigration (H-1B Visas, L-1, L-2, O-1, Labor Certification, EB-1, EB-2, EB-3), Naturalization & Citizenship matters, Deferred Action, Consular Processing, Waivers, and advocacy for Victims of Crime and Domestic Violence (U-Visas, VAWA Cases).

Being an immigrant herself, Ms. Vrazalic understands the difficulties and struggles new immigrants face everyday and she is devoted to working hard and ensuring the success for each of her clients. She enjoys learning new things and helping people remain in the United States with their families.

In her spare time she enjoys spending time outdoors, working out, hiking, camping, and traveling.