Eli Saslow

ReporterWashington, D.C.

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When President Obama drew a line on immigration, it went straight through Marilu Morales’s family, leaving her and four children on one side and her recently deported husband on the other.

  • Dec 20, 2014

When President Obama drew a line on immigration, it went straight through Marilu Morales’s family, leaving her and four children on one side and her recently deported husband on the other.

  • Dec 20, 2014

Kris Kobach is the person many conservatives have anointed to battle Obama’s immigration action.

  • Nov 22, 2014

Javier Flores hoped for a reprieve from President Obama, but he was deported before it came.

  • Oct 25, 2014

A boy reluctantly travels alone from El Salvador to Los Angeles, to reunite with a mother he hasn’t seen in years.

  • Sep 7, 2014

Earning $11.50 hourly, Elias Pompa is often the only available solution when immigration crises arise.

  • Aug 9, 2014

Nora Sandigo has taken guardianship of over 800 youngsters so they can stay if their parents are deported.

  • Jul 5, 2014

Nursing aide positions are plentiful, but the work comes with low pay and high stress.

  • May 31, 2014

Madina Salaty’s U.S. citizenship wasn’t enough to keep her immigrant husband from being forced to leave.

  • May 24, 2014

The transition to civilian life becomes defined by isolation for many.

  • Apr 19, 2014
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About
Eli Saslow is a reporter at the Washington Post, where he covered the 2008 presidential campaign and has chronicled the president’s life inside the White House. He won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting for his year-long series about food stamps in America. Previously a sportswriter for the Post, he has won multiple awards for news and feature writing. Two of his stories have also appeared in Best American Sports Writing.
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