Rebekah Grafton is a former trial attorney for the Department of Homeland Security in their Immigration and Customs Enforcement Division. She is prepared to put years of experience litigating on behalf of the government to work for you. She is not only skilled in the complicated nuances of immigration law, but in her unique experience she has also become well-versed in the policies that guide the filing of applications. She has prepared and argued written motions and memoranda at both the Immigration Court level as well as at the Board of Immigration Appeals. Additionally, she has worked closely with USCIS on visa issues, including family based petitions, employment based petitions, juvenile petitions, and visa petitions for victims of crimes. In 2017, Rebekah was named a “Leader in the Law” by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly and chaired the Immigration Webinar Series for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice.
She is licensed in Massachusetts and North Carolina.