Virginia, US

Rebecca joined Fragomen’s London office in 2016 as an Associate with the firm’s U.S. consular team. She primarily focuses on managing the consular processing of visa applications for large groups traveling on an urgent basis for Fortune 500 companies.

Prior to joining Fragomen, Rebecca acquired consular experience at a law firm in Tel Aviv, where she handled employment-based nonimmigrant petitions for multinational corporations and foreign traders in the technology, security, manufacturing and diamond industry sectors. She also gained valuable immigration experience at a boutique law firm in Miami, FL, where she was responsible for the employment-based casework of foreign nationals in the advertising, classical music, fashion modeling, and athletics industries.

She has previously supported immigration matters for a non-profit organization in New York City. Rebecca also participated in her law school’s immigration clinic, which focused on acquiring visas for dependent juveniles.

Rebecca speaks English and Spanish.


Florida International University College of Law | J.D., 2013
Florida State University | B.A., 2010, magna cum laude

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: State of Florida, 2013

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Rome District Chapter

Member, International Bar Association

Member, American Bar Association

Member, American Women Lawyers in London

Handled and received USCIS approval for complex EB-1 and O-1 cases for classical musicians with job offers from the top symphonies and orchestras in the United States.

Secured consulate approval, after receiving additional requests for clarification on complex company structure, for a multinational water filtration company seeking E-1 registration.

Secured consulate approval for E-1 visa registration after prior denials in many instances.

Received USCIS approval, without the issuance of a request for additional evidence, for a complex specialized knowledge petition.