Natalie grew up with an agricultural background, so she understands firsthand the challenges agricultural employers face. Her family traveled across the United States to many job sites where her father constructed large agricultural structures and she quickly came to understand how fluid the agricultural and constructions industries can be.
These experiences shaped her passion for immigration law as she saw, very early on, how the challenges could be met. Throughout her studies at Emory University and after graduating from Vanderbilt Law School, she continued to focus on workforce solutions to labor shortages that she knew to be so prevalent for employers. It was this vision that drove her and her husband, Kyle, to found Farmer Law PC.
Today, Natalie continues to live out her true passion by seeking and determining the best strategic direction for her clients. Their firm continues to grow as more and more clients understand their unique and effective approach to labor force challenges.
Natalie enjoys including their three young daughters in their practice as the girls visit the community garden, playground, dog park and gym they’ve built on their office property.
- Employer-sponsored green card applications
- Department of Labor FLSA, MSPA, H-2A, and H-2B audits
Education, Associations, and Accolades
- J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School
- BBA, Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Venture Management, Emory University
- Admitted to Practice in the States of Iowa and Texas