Immigration Attorney Ramon Acosta Joins Joey Gilbert Law
Joey Gilbert Law is pleased to announce that Attorney Ramon Acosta has joined our legal team. A trusted immigration attorney who also has extensive experience in criminal defense, Mr. Acosta will enable our firm to provide the proven and resourceful representation local residents and families need to navigate all immigration matters. From protecting the rights of individuals facing deportation proceedings with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to step-by-step guidance during matters of family and employment based immigration, visas, and citizenship, our firm now has even more resources to help clients pursue the positive outcomes they need.
An Arizona native with strong ties to immigrant communities across the region, Mr. Acosta has dedicated nearly 30 years of his professional career to advocating on behalf of individuals who need bold and unwavering representation when facing unfamiliar legal proceedings. During the course of his legal career, Mr. Acosta cultivated a reputation as a leading federal attorney, and currently serves as an Associate Judge at the Reno Sparks Indian Colony, where he presides over a range of legal proceedings.
Mr. Acosta’s passion for the law extends to all individuals and communities, especially those who are historically disadvantaged when facing complex legal processes. During his time as an Assistant Federal Defender, Mr. Acosta appeared on behalf of more than 1,200 indigent defendants in all types of federal matters, including those involving immigration detention. His unique background as a seasoned criminal defense attorney, immigration lawyer, and judge allow him to assess difficult cases from all angles, and devise customized case strategies that help solve the unique problems our clients face.
Our legal team is pleased to welcome Mr. Acosta to our legal team and believes he will be a driving force in helping expand our firm’s immigration practice to help all residents throughout Reno, Las Vegas, and the surrounding areas when they need it most. As he states:
“The opportunity to represent my community one more time presents itself. Even though I do not have a Nevada license I am still able to go in and be an effective advocate in Immigration Court here in Reno, Las Vegas and California. My hope is that the direction of my practice will include services to those who are seeking petitions before the department of labor and the immigration services for H2 guest visas.”
You can learn more about Attorney Ramon Acosta and his many achievements on his attorney bio.