WV Husband and Father Detained for Deportation

On the morning of Oct. 27, Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials detained and transported Michael Osuji (pronounced O soochi) to a detention center in Pennsylvania to be deported back to Nigeria.

Michael and his family live and work in West Virginia.  They are members of Blessed Sacrament Church in South Charleston.

Please click here to read the article from the Charleston Gazette-Mail

If you would like to help keep Michael’s family together, please consider a monetary donation to help with their living and legal expenses.

Send your gift to:
Blessed Sacrament
305 E St.
South Charleston, WV 25303

(Make checks payable to “Blessed Sacrament” and put “Michael Osuji” on the memo line.)  Please also include a note if you would like to receive a donation statement.

If you would like to write letters or make phone calls in support of Michael and his family, contact information is below.

His case information is as follows:

Michael Osuji
Tim Stolley–612-843-8935

If you would like to contact our Senator’s offices (both West Virginia and Minnesota) and express your support:

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito https://www.capito.senate.gov/contact/contact-shelley
500 Virginia Street East Washington office at 202-224-6472 or the Charleston office at 304-347-5372.
Suite 950
Charleston, WV 25301

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin https://www.manchin.senate.gov/contact-joe
900 Pennsylvania Ave., Ste. 629
Charleston, WV 25302
P: 304-342-5855
306 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington D.C. 20510
P: 202-224-3954

Also correspondence re motion to stay of removal request to St. Paul office of Chief Council
Attn: Tim Stolley

A copy to
Board of Immigration Appeals -St. Paul Office
250 Marquette Ave.
Suite 710
Minneapolis, MN 55401

You may also wish to send a note of prayer support to Michael at:

Michael Osuji
OID: 229318
York County Prison
3400 Concord Rd
York, PA 17402

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