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HART, Michigan

immigrant Connection at Hart wesleyan church

site established august 11, 2022

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3757 W Polk Road
Hart,mi 49420

Hours of Operation:

Tuesday - 10am - 4pm (Evenings by appointment only)

Wednesday - 10am - 4pm (Evenings by appointment only)

Languages Spoken:

English and Spanish

Case Types:

Family-Based Petitions, Fiancé Visas, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Adjustment of status, Consular processing, Naturalization / Citizenship Applications, Removal of Conditions of Residency, Green Card Renewals

To Schedule an Appointment:

Call 231-873-0832


Meet The Team

Bob Gray

About The Site

The rural community of Hart, the county seat of Oceana County which is located in Michigan’s southwestern peninsula, was an immigration legal service desert until the site director and host pastor of Immigrant Connection at Hart Wesleyan, Bob Gray, persisted in opening a Site for the growing immigrant population in the community.  A dramatic shift in demographics brought forth through the local farming industry over the last four decades has transformed the small county into the area with the greatest percentage of Hispanics in Michigan. 


Before Immigrant Connection at Hart Wesleyan was established in August of 2022, the closest Immigration Legal Services in Grand Rapids was 90 miles away, a significant hardship and deterrent for many.  Despite seven years of obstacles, Bob persisted with the help of IC National to seek accreditation.


Hart Wesleyan, a multilingual, multiethnic church, actively serves the local community, building trust and relationships through ministries such as a Clothing Closet, bi-monthly community meals, a mentoring program at the local schools, and by participating and being a presence at local events.  Motivated by ​​the impact Immigration Legal Services can make on individuals, families and the community, IC Hart Wesleyan is ready. Bob shares, “As advocates, we can help people–no matter where they are in their immigration process.  Families long to be reunited. Individuals seek stability. Employers retain employees that are able to stay. That’s the impact.” 

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