Oakland University, Bachelor’s Degree, 2012
Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Juris Doctor, 2016
State Bar of Michigan 2018; P82483
Veronica Leontyeva’s interest in immigration law stem from her own immigrant experiences. “I have come to understand the hardships that immigrants experience when all they desire is a better life for themselves and their families. My goal would be to assist them in obtaining that kind of quality of life in the United States”. Veronica ensures that her efficiency and attention to detail help create the best possible case for each and every client.
Veronica began working in the field of immigration during law school, when she volunteered at a nonprofit organization to help asylees and refugees establish themselves in the United States. Veronica has also assisted in family-based petitions, specifically those under the basis of marriage. Currently, she focuses her attention to H-1Bs, and has additional experience with immigrant-based petitions (EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3), I-485 Adjustment of Status Applications, and Employment Authorization Documents with Advanced Parole.
Veronica obtained her Bachelor’s Degree from Oakland University in 2012, and earned her Juris Doctor from the Western Michigan Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She passed the Michigan Bar in May 2018 (P82483). Veronica enjoys traveling, having visited Russia, Germany, Finland, Spain, Italy, France, Switzerland, and Israel – just to name a few. She also enjoys cooking, hiking, and horror movies.