Katrina Kilgren, Attorney at Law

Katrina Kilgren is an immigration law attorney based in Eugene, Oregon, whose law practice is dedicated to helping families navigate the complex U.S. immigration and citizenship process. Katrina has extensive experience working with immigrant survivors of violence and persecution. She represents survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other serious crimes in applying for U and T visas, VAWA self-petitions, special immigrant juvenile status, asylum, permanent residency, and other forms of immigration relief. She is a participating member of the Oregon Department of Justice Immigrant Crime Victims’ Rights Subcommittee, as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Prior to opening Kilgren Immigration Law Office, Katrina worked as a staff attorney for over five years at Immigration Counseling Service (ICS), a nonprofit immigration law firm in Portland, Oregon. Katrina received her Bachelor of Arts with honors from Washington University in St. Louis and her law degree Summa Cum Laude from the University of Miami.  Between degree programs, Katrina served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central America.

Kilgren Immigration Office
66 Club Road, Suite 200
Eugene, OR, 97401

Gregory A. Rios

Greg Rios is an Assistant Attorney General in the Appellate Division of the Oregon Department of Justice where he works on, among other things, direct criminal appeals, state-post conviction appeals, and federal habeas appeals.  Mr. Rios also coordinates the Appellate Division’s victims’ rights cases and advises the Appellate Division and the Attorney General on victims’ rights matters.  Before working for the Department of Justice, Mr. Rios worked as a Staff Attorney at the National Crime Victim Law Institute. He also teaches the Lewis and Clark Law School’s Appellate Moot Court class as an adjunct professor. Mr. Rios holds a B.S. in English from the University of Oregon, an M.Ed. in Adult Education from Oregon State University, and a J.D. from Willamette University College of Law.


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