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Experienced, Compasstionate Immigration Legal Services


Call us at (541) 600-8864




We represent clients before U.S. immigration court (EOIR), U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) in a variety of immigration law matters, including:

  • Removal/Deportation Defense​                       

  • Family-based petitions

  • Naturalization

  • DACA

  • U visas (for survivors of qualifying criminal activity)

  • T visas (for survivors of human trafficking)

  • VAWA

  • Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS)

  • Waivers

  • Asylum, Withholding of Removal, & relief under the Convention Against Torture

  • Investigations and Opinion Letters

  • Administrative Immigration Appeals

We offer in person and remote services. 

Attorney Katrina Kilgren is admitted to the California State Bar only. She is not admitted to the Oregon State Bar and not able to advise clients on issues of state law.  For this reason, her practice is limited to federal immigration and nationality law only.  She represents clients located throughout the United States and around the globe on U.S. immigration matters.

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For over 10 years, Katrina Kilgren has assisted clients with a range of immigration law cases, including defense from deportation, family-based petitions, applications for citizenship, DACA, and petitions for humanitarian immigration relief.   Katrina has substantial experience representing immigrant survivors of violence and persecution.  In addition to representing adult clients, she regularly assists unaccompanied minors and other young immigrants in their pursuit of lawful status in the United States.  She is a member of the Oregon Department of Justice Immigrant Crime Victims’ Rights Subcommittee, as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).  Prior to opening her own law office in Eugene in 2015, she was the Senior Staff Attorney 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 in 2009. Before attending law school, Katrina served two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Central America.  She speaks Spanish fluently and is deeply committed to helping her clients obtain justice and pursue their dreams through high quality, compassionate legal services.

Katrina is also a Pro Tem Instructor of immigration and citizenship law at the University of Oregon. She teaches courses within both the Legal Studies and Global Studies departments.  She is also dedicated to mentoring students through internships and other collaborations.

Katrina Kilgren

Immigration Attorney

Abogada de leyes de Inmigracion

Durante más de 10 años, Katrina Kilgren ha ayudado a clientes con una variedad de casos de leyes de inmigración, incluyendo la defensa contra la deportación, peticiones basadas en la familia, solicitudes de ciudadanía, DACA y peticiones de alivio humanitario de inmigración. Katrina tiene una experiencia sustancial representando a inmigrantes sobrevivientes de violencia y persecución. Además de representar a clientes adultos, regularmente asiste a menores no acompañados y otros inmigrantes jóvenes en su búsqueda de un estatus legal en los Estados Unidos. Es miembro del Subcomité de Derechos de Víctimas de Delitos Inmigrantes del Departamento de Justicia de Oregón, así como de la Asociación Estadounidense de Abogados de Inmigración (AILA). Antes de abrir su propia oficina de abogados en Eugene en 2015, fue abogada sénior en Immigration Counseling Service (ICS), una firma de abogados de inmigración sin fines de lucro en Portland, Oregón.


Katrina recibió su Licenciatura en Artes con honores de la Universidad de Washington en St. Louis y su título de abogado Summa Cum Laude de la Universidad de Miami en 2009. Antes de asistir a la facultad de derecho, Katrina sirvió dos años como Voluntaria del Cuerpo de Paz en América Central. Habla español con fluidez y está profundamente comprometida a ayudar a sus clientes a obtener justicia y perseguir sus sueños a través de servicios legales compasivos y de alta calidad.


Katrina es instructora de leyes de inmigración y ciudadanía en la Universidad de Oregón.  Ella imparte cursos en los departamentos de Estudios Legales y Estudios Globales. También se dedica a asesorar a estudiantes a través de oportunidades de trabajo temporal en su oficina y otras colaboraciones.




Office Location:

21 E 28th Ave, Suite 4

Eugene, OR 97405

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