Our Team

Seth Lupton, Esq.

Immigration Attorney
Seth Lupton specializes in deportation defense in Immigration Court. Seth has extensive experience in various Immigration Courts across the country and has successfully litigated cases in multiple states and before the Board of Immigration Appeals.

Seth is a passionate advocate who understands the anxiety and uncertainty that immigration issues can create for individuals and communities. He strives to provide an environment where clients are met with professional service and the comfort and assistance they need during their immigration process.

Seth has a particular interest in the immigration consequences of criminal convictions, and often helps clients navigate the complexities of how criminal charges can impact their immigration status. Seth also has extensive experience in Family-Based Petitions and Inadmissibility Waivers. Prior to entering private practice, Seth completed internships with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (“ICE”) and the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, experiences which later proved invaluable in serving a clientele which often has complex and overlapping issues from different areas of law.

Seth graduated from Villanova University School of Law in 2015 and completed his undergraduate studies at Saint Louis University in 2011. While at Villanova Law, Seth started the school’s first anti-trafficking student organization and participated in Villanova Law’s Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic, which provides pro bono services for indigent and vulnerable clients.

Outside of the office, Seth enjoys running, boxing, and traveling.

Gabriela Pedroza Sanchez

Senior Paralegal
Gabriela is originally from Almoloya de Alquisiras, Estado de México, México. She relocated to Southern Chester County, Pennsylvania at the age of 5 with her family.

Gabriela graduated from Kennett High School in 2005 and from Marywood University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Spanish and a minor in Journalism.

Gabriela has been an active member in the Southern Chester County community. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Garage Community & Youth Center. Prior to joining Lupton Law, Gabriela worked at Sweet & Paciorek, LLC as a Legal Assistant and St. Rocco Parish as Director of Social Services.

Gabriela has seven years of extensive experience in immigration law as a legal assistant, working with diverse families from all over the world. Gabriela has experience working with DACA, Family-Based immigration petitions, Adjustment of Status, Naturalization, Waivers of Inadmissibility, Humanitarian Visas, Fiancé Visas, and Consular Processing. Gabriela also has done extensive work in removal defense including Asylum and Cancellation of Removal. Gabriela is bilingual in English and Spanish.

Paige Britton, J.D.

Law Clerk

Paige Britton graduated magna cum laude from Drexel University’s Kline School of Law in Philadelphia, where she focused on immigration law.

She has worked as a student intern with the non-profit organization HIAS and with the Department of Homeland Security’s immigration attorneys. She has wide-ranging experience writing legal briefs for cases in Immigration Court and at the Board of Immigration Appeals. 

Paige earned the prestigious CALI Excellence for the Future Award and Best Student Performance in Immigration Law Award from Judge Steven Morley of the Philadelphia Immigration Court during her time as a Law Student at Drexel Law. 

Prior to starting law school, Paige worked in Lancaster, PA as a legal assistant to several immigration attorneys and as a courthouse advocate for unrepresented domestic violence victims. She also home-schooled her two kids from K-12. Paige has a BA in English from Haverford College and a MA in Special Education from Millersville University. She thrives on research, writing, and interesting conversations with friends from all around the world.

Morgan Jaffe

Legal Assistant
Morgan Jaffe graduated from West Chester University, simultaneously earning a Bachelor’s in both Spanish and German with a focus on International Business and Linguistics. She then received her Masters degree in Spanish with a focus on Immigration.

Morgan has years of experience working as a Spanish-language interpreter and translator in legal, educational and financial settings. She loves to be involved with her community and has taught English as a second language at a local church in West Chester, Pennsylvania. She also has worked for the West Chester Area School District interpreting for the parents who do not speak English.

Morgan’s hobbies including running and personal fitness, and she is an avid CrossFit enthusiast. She also likes travel and is an avid dog lover.

Odeth Molina Huerte

Interpreter: Spanish (Independent Contractor with Getsemani Translations LLC)

Odeth Molina Huete is an independent contractor that works closely with Lupton Law as an interpreter. Being an immigrant herself, she knows about the challenges created by language barriers and the many hardships immigrants face when arriving to a new country and settling into a new life. Odeth has worked in the legal immigration field for two years and has completed a Paralegal Immigration Course sponsored by the American Immigration Lawyers Association. 

Odeth owns and operates her own translation business, Getsemani Translations LLC, where she works with different community groups and organizations to provide professional and competent translation and interpretation services. 

Odeth has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Central American Technological University (UNITEC) in Honduras, where she graduated with honors in 2017. Previously, Odeth worked in the healthcare field extensively here in the United States and abroad. She additionally has an associate degree in Cardiovascular Technology from Harrisburg Area Community College and completed the exclusive Master Cardiology Program for Latin American Cardiac Sonographers from the University of Madrid, Spain in 2016. 

Odeth’s hobbies include learning about new cultures, gardening, cooking, reading and spending time with her family and friends.

Zwany Gonzalez

Administrative Assistant

Zwany Gonzalez is Lupton Law’s administrative assistant and works closely with the legal team on issues related to office organization, billing and scheduling.”. Having roots in Jalisco Mexico, Zwany Gonzalez was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Zwany moved to Wilmington, Delaware when she was 13 where she graduated from high school. She previously worked as an administrative assistant at two other offices prior to joining Lupton Law. Zwany is fluent in both Spanish and English. In her spare time, Zwany likes to spend time with her family, cooking, and traveling.

Geralda Soares

Legal Assistant

Geralda Soares is a legal assistant at Lupton Law who works closely with the office’s Brazilian clientele. Geralda is from Brazil, and was born in Tarumirim in the state of Minas Gerais. While in Brazil, Geralda graduated with a degree in physics and taught high school science classes before coming to the United States. In her free time, Geralda loves to spend time with her daughter and extended family. Geralda is fluent in Portuguese and English.

Karah Witmer

Paralegal

Karah Witmer serves as a paralegal at Lupton Law. Karah is a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania where she currently lives with her husband and son. Karah has years of experience working in the field of immigration, having previously worked at two law offices in Lancaster, Pennsylvania and York, Pennsylvania. 

Karah experience extends beyond the traditional office setting, as she has been to the Philadelphia and Newark Immigration Courts numerous times as an observer and has visited multiple detention facilities to interpret for detained immigrants in Pennsylvania and Arizona. 

Karah graduated from Lancaster Mennonite High School in 2014 and from Houghton College in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in both Adolescence Education and Spanish. In her free time she enjoys spending her time in nature and with friends and family.

Sina Wahidullah

Legal Assistant

“Sina Wahidullah is a legal assistant at Lupton Law. A native of Panjshir Afghanistan, Sina came to the United States as a refugee in 2003, later becoming a proud naturalized citizen. Sina went to high school in Connecticut before moving to Lancaster, Pennsylvania with her family where she currently resides. Sina speaks fluent Farsi and Russian and loves to decorate.