Law Office of Ryan M. Gibson

Criminal Defense and Immigration Lawyer in Tucson, Arizona

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Tucson Criminal and Immigration Lawyer


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       Ryan M. Gibson is a criminal and immigration lawyer practicing in Tucson, Arizona. He intentionally limits his practice to criminal law and immigration. Both areas of law are extremely complex and he feels he is better able to serve his clients by focusing all of his time and energy on criminal and immigration cases. He has extensive criminal trial experience especially in the areas of DUI and Domestic Violence cases.

       Mr. Gibson moved to Tucson to attend the University of Arizona for his undergraduate studies. During college he studied abroad in the cities of Madrid and Salamanca in Spain. Additionally, he attended the well regarded Washington Semester Program at American University. During his stay in Washington D.C. he was a legislative intern in the United States Senate for Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts. Senator Kerry is now the United States Secretary of State. Mr. Gibson later received his law degree (J.D.) from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California. Since then, he has relocated to Tucson and has been licensed to practice law in Arizona since 2008. He is a sole practitioner and focuses his practice on criminal defense and immigration matters. When he is not busy practicing law he enjoys traveling, hiking, and cooking.

If you have an immigration issue or a criminal matter and would like to discuss your situation with a lawyer, Mr. Gibson would be happy to meet with you.

Attorney Ryan M. Gibson is a proud member of the State Bar of Arizona.


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Family Based Immigration

Mr. Gibson helps U.S. citizens and permanent residents reunite with family members, keep families together and help immigrants obtain permanent residence ( “green card”) through family members or relationships.

Immediate Relatives

The good news is that if you are a U.S. citizen seeking to petition for your parents, spouse, minor children or even fiancé you can immediately petition for their immigration. The process still takes time but there is no delay or wait times as far as availability. The government has no limit to the number of immediate relatives that can immigrate each year.

Immediate relative children are defined as “unmarried and under 21 years of age” and does include step children and adopted children in addition to biological children.

Parents must have a citizen son or daughter who is at least 21 years old.

Spouses must have a “valid and subsisting marriage” with the citizen who is petitioning them.

The following categories of people are subject to visa availability

  • Unmarried adult sons and daughters of U.S citizens
  • married adult sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
  • siblings of U.S. citizens

Green Card holders (permanent residents) can also petition for the following family members

  • spouses
  • minor children (unmarried and under 21)
  • unmarried adult sons and daughters


  • Naturalization/Citizenship (N-400) cases
  • I-765 Application for Work Authorization  (Work Permit)



Criminal Law

Types of  Criminal Charges and Cases

  • DUI/DWI including Extreme and “Super” Extreme DUI.
  • DUI – drug
  • Unlawful Possession of Marijuana
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  • Drug Charges
  • Assault Charges
  • Disorderly Conduct
    • Disturbing the peace or quiet of neighborhood, family or person
    • Fighting
    • unreasonable noise
    • protracted commotions, utterance or display with the intent to  prevent the transaction of a business of a lawful meeting, gathering or procession
  • Domestic Violence
    • ex. , Damaged Property, Family Fights, Loud Arguments, Injuries.
  • Trespassing
  • Criminal Damage
  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP)
  • Threats and Intimidation
  • Warrants (Motion to Quash)
  • Failure to Appear

Pima County Courts

  • Tucson City Court
  • Pima County Justice Court
  • Pima County Superior Court
  • Oro Valley
  • Marana
  • Sahuarita

Proud member of the State Bar of Arizona



Law Office of Ryan M. Gibson

177 North Church Ave. Ste. 200

Tucson, Arizona 85701 (520) 261-2576

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