Rebecca Kitson LawWe are an AV-rated® law firm practicing all areas of immigration law. We pride ourselves on being a small, family-owned business that is dedicated to personalized service. We stand out as a truly client-centered practice, as everyone at Rebecca Kitson Law is personally and professionally dedicated to the people and communities we serve. We unequivocally support all communities, and thereby embrace and advocate for all peoples of diverse races, cultures, religions, sexual orientations, genders, and abilities.
Our attorneys have decades of shared experience, and speak
Spanish and English. We share the same vision of a client-centered
practice and a deep and enduring passion for immigrants, their
businesses, employers, and families. Our team of attorneys work
together to provide the best in legal strategy and service.
USCIS has published its final rule on fee changes for applications. Starting on April 1, 2024, most filing fees will increase.
On June 21, 2023, Department of Homeland Security announced the extension of Temporary Protected Status designations for El Salvador, Honduras, Nepal, and Nicaragua
USCIS Filing Fees will be increasing for the first time since 2016 for certain immigration and naturalization processes.
Applicants for residency that are subject to the immigration medical examination are required to provide proof to their Civil Surgeon that they have received a full-course of the Covid-19 vaccine.
L.O. was just 8 years old when she came to the United States. Growing up, she feared being removed from her family and home. We were honored to work on her case. We understand for undocumented immigrants in the United States, life can be difficult. The stakes are high. DACA recipients need additional pathways to citizenship. Our work resulted in her Green Card approval.
L.O. puts it best “now have the freedom to live in this country and pursue my goals, thanks to Rebecca Kitson Law.”