Miller Mayer’s Steve Yale-Loehr Quoted Regarding STEM OPT, High-skilled Immigration, Undocumented Immigrants’ Rights, Diversity Visa Lottery

Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted in two publications regarding a recent report from the National Foundation for America Policy on STEM OPT (optional practical training for students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics):

Steve was quoted in a Reason magazine article about President Trump’s assault on legal high-skilled immigration.

Steve was quoted by Politico.com in “Federal Appeals Court Clears Way for Undocumented Teen to Get Abortion.” He noted, “This person was caught at the border and never formally made an entry. People who just made it into the country and don’t have any ties here, do they have any constitutional rights? Do they have the full panoply? This is really the gray area. Nobody has a clear answer.”

Steve was quoted in the NY Times regarding the diversity lottery program, which President Trump advocated eliminating after it was revealed that the alleged NY terrorist got a green card through that program. He noted, “A lottery is a crazy way to run an immigration system,” adding, “No other country selects immigrants based on a lottery.”

2017-11-02T18:18:51+00:00 November 2nd, 2017|