Kyle Farmer, Esq.
Kyle Farmer grew up in Dripping Springs, Texas. During high school, his primary interest was playing basketball, hunting, and fishing. To him, growing up in the country was an ideal way of life. After graduating high school, Kyle attended Texas A&M University, with a major in Political Science. During undergraduate, Kyle worked full-time in a variety of jobs. He interned for Congressman Michael McCaul and taught for Kaplan Test Prep. While working for Kaplan, he taught the LSAT, GRE, GMAT, SAT, and ACT.
After graduating from undergraduate, Kyle attended Baylor Law School in Waco, Texas. While in law school, he met his wife, Natalie Farmer in Contracts class. Kyle and Natalie quickly became best friends, playing various sports together. Shortly thereafter, they decided to transfer to Vanderbilt Law School in Nashville, Tennessee. While at Vanderbilt, Natalie and Kyle got married. Upon graduation from Vanderbilt Law School, Kyle and Natalie moved to Ames, Iowa to work for an Agricultural Construction company where we started doing H-2A visa work.
With a clear opportunity to start their own firm, Kyle and Natalie started Farmer & Farmer, PLLC. Taking on many clients in the agricultural industry, Kyle and Natalie have processed a large number of labor certifications as well as processing hundreds of visa workers. With a last name like Farmer, we were bound to get into agriculture.