Carlos A. Hernandez Joins Bogart Immigration Law, LLC

Kansas City - Carlos A. Hernandez has joined Bogart Immigration Law, LLC as an immigration attorney.  A native of El Paso, Texas, Carlos comes to the firm after running his own, Hernandez Law Firm, LLC.  

Prior to opening his own firm, Carlos worked as an attorney, with the Diocesan Migrant and Refugee Services in El Paso, working with families and individuals and focusing on removal defense.

"Carlos brings our firm great experience with regards to removal defense as well as an innate ability to think outside of the box, both in terms of creative strategies for clients and expanding our business model," commented Nathan R. Bogart, the firm's managing member, "I'm excited to be able to work with Carlos and for everything he brings to the table."

After graduating from the University of Texas - El Paso, Carlos attended the University of Kansas School of Law.  He graduated with a J.D. in May 2012.

At Bogart Immigration Law, LLC, Carlos will focus primarily on removal defense, representing clients before the Executive Office for Immigration Review, as well as family-based petitions. Carlos will have a particular focus on representing individuals who have been detained by Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE).

About Bogart Immigration Law, LLC

Bogart Immigration Law, LLC is a leading Kansas City area immigration law firm based in Mission, Kansas. One of the fastest growing firms in the region, we provide representation in virtually every area of immigration practice.  Our clients value our diversity and accessibility and rely on us for the resolution of their complex immigration needs, including removal defense, family-based petitions and humanitarian applications.  Connect with us on FacebookTwitter,Google+ and Linkedin.

Contact

Susan K. Kivuvani
Attorney, Bogart Immigration Law, LLC
(913) 831-4241

info@bogartimmigrationlaw.com 

Comments

nancy john said…
Simply letting anyone work anywhere - the crux of it, "simply". Nothing is simple in the Western Welfare Democracies. I am more than happy that people who simply want to work here are allowed to do so but that is not the nature of the migration

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