Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted in the following publications:

Activistas, congresistas y maestros se movilizan para proteger a estudiantes indocumentados,” published in the Spanish version of the Miami Herald on December 11, 2016, in an article about the possible revocation of DACA. Among other things Mr. Yale-Loehr urged DACA recipients to be careful about traveling outside the United States.

While undocumented students fight to create sanctuary campuses, many colleges still refuse the label,” published by Mashable on December 13, 2016. “There has never been large-scale immigration enforcement on U.S. campuses,” he told Mashable. “There have been individual actions. Therefore, it is not clear what form such action might take, and what kind of court challenges would be successful.”

Advocates vow to fight broad deportation of immigrants“, published by the Houston Chronicle on December 14, 2016, in an article about immigration advocates vowing to fight mass deportations of immigrants. According to the article, cities and college/universities alike are vowing to resist President-elect Trump’s proposed immigration reforms by creating sanctuary-type policies. “Universities could provide more counseling and legal assistance for students here illegally and train administrators and campus police on what information they are required to disclose to federal authorities,” said Yale-Loehr. “They could require immigration officials [to] have an arrest warrant if they want to enter campus and detain students. And though it would not be legally binding, they could designate certain parts of the campus as safe spaces. Until now, federal agents have tended to avoid schools and churches. ‘If every single campus in America does this to a degree, it will be very hard to go after everyone,’ Yale-Loehr said.”

Steve was also quoted by several other publications in recent weeks: