Bogart Immigration, PLLC is an immigration and criminal defense law firm helping individuals, families and businesses defend their interests before the United States immigration agencies and the federal and state courts in matters ranging from family reunification to removal defense and litigation, to employers looking to fill staffing needs while remaining in compliance with U.S. immigration laws and regulations, to all federal, state and municipal criminal and traffic charges.
No matter what area of immigration or criminal law a case falls under, our attorneys have committed themselves to giving each of client the support and attention they should expect from some of the most dedicated attorneys in Arkansas. The Bogart Immigration, PLLC team is devoted to the advocacy and protection of their clients.
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Call Nathan Bogart today at 479-957-9819 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Nathan is the founding member of Bogart Immigration, PLLC, and has been an immigration attorney since he graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Law, focusing his career on nothing else. He brings particular experience in immigration-related litigation, including deportation defense before the immigration courts, appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals and petitions for review before the circuit courts of appeal.
Having practiced immigration law in Northwest Arkansas, Kansas City, Dallas and Amarillo, Nathan has appeared on behalf on clients in immigration courts and offices of the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (“USCIS”) throughout the United States.
He is a frequently invited presenter and lecturer on immigration law and law firm management by local, state, and national organizations on topics including removal proceedings, family-based immigration and law firm marketing strategies.
Nathan is licensed to practice law in Arkansas. He is also admitted to practice before all immigration courts and the federal circuit courts of appeal for the fifth, sixth and eighth circuits, as well as several federal district courts.
Nathan is fluent in Spanish.