Miller Mayer in the News

Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted on the front page of the New York Times on March 5, 2017, and his quote was noted as the quote of the day: “People who have been ordered deported and who are still here are the low-hanging fruit. [President] Trump has said he has wanted to deport more people. The easiest way to get those numbers up are to take those people who’ve been ordered deported and go after them.” The article is at

Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted in the Los Angeles Times on March 3, 2017, in “Trump’s Fast-Track Deportations Face Legal Hurdle: Do Unauthorized Immigrants Have a Right to a Hearing Before a Judge?” He noted that two Supreme Court rulings, due by June, may clarify constitutional protections for immigrants, but that would just be a start. “These executive orders [concerning expedited removal] have not received the same media attention as the president’s travel bans. But they will eventually impact millions of more people. Many more people will be detained and deported. And we will be litigating this for years.” The article is at

Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was recently quoted in the following media regarding recent immigration-related developments:


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Chronicle of Higher Education:

Christian Science Monitor:

Reuters: (New Trump Travel Order Will Aim to Short-Circuit Legal Challenges) (Trump Wants to Highlight Immigrant Crime. Democrats Aren’t the Only Ones Booing)

Christian Science Monitor: (How Would ‘Merit-Based’ Systems Change U.S. Immigration?)

The Takeaway on NPR: (What a Merit-Based Immigration System Would Really Look Like)

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