As I turn on the television and read the newspapers, immigration is the current topic dominating the headlines. In school and throughout my life I was always told that to solve a problem, you must recognize and understand the problem. In that vein, I ask President Trump, Majority Leader McConnell, and Speaker Pelosi a simpleContinue reading Why is there an Immigration Problem?
By Lacie Pierson Staff writer, Charleston Gazette-Mail This article originally appeared in the September 13 issue of the Charleston Gazette-Mail. Paul Saluja doesn’t exactly know what kind of work awaits him in Tucson, Arizona, but he knows he has the opportunity to make a difference when he gets there later this month. Saluja, a CharlestonContinue reading Charleston lawyer volunteering services for asylum seekers
Immigration lawyer Paul Saluja represents many immigrants in West Virginia who are trying to get their citizenship. But an increased need for pro-bono lawyers nationally has inspired him to spend a few months this fall volunteering out West. He’ll be representing families and children who traveled across the Mexican border. West Virginia Public Broadcasting spokeContinue reading Are Undocumented Immigrants in W.Va. Afraid to Seek Citizenship? This Immigration Lawyer Says Yes