Miller Mayer immigration attorneys Emmie Smith and Steve Yale-Loehr co-authored an op-ed, published by the New York Daily News, entitled Trump is repelling international college students from America. Big mistake.
Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted in a Bloomberg BNA article entitled “Workforce Strategies – H-1B Visas: The Evolving Landscape for HR Professionals.” Mr. Yale-Loehr said the H-1B visa is “the work horse” category for people wishing to work temporarily in the United States.
The article focuses on the current H-1B landscape, provides strategies for employers and considers likely changes on the horizon under the Trump Administration, such as increased scrutiny. USCIS is “much more aggressive” these days about questioning whether a position really requires a bachelor’s degree and whether an individual is being paid an appropriate wage, he said.
Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was interviewed by WAER, the Syracuse, New York, public radio station, about a draft rule that would restrict public benefits for immigrants. A summary of the interview, along with a link to the full interview, can be found at the WAER website.
Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted recently in the following publications:
On H-1B filings and visa backlogs for Indian nationals:
- Times of India: Indian H-1B filings set to drop by 50% this year.
- New York Times: Thousands of Indian Women Find Their American Dreams in Jeopardy.
On an immigration app developed by Cornell law students:
On new case quotas imposed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions:
- Dallas Morning News: AG Sessions’ plan to clear immigration case backlog will make things worse, judges and attorneys fear.
On the Department of State’s new proposed requirement for visa applicants to disclose their social media usage for the last five years:
- Tuoi Tre (in Vietnamese): Vào Mỹ phải khai tài khoản mạng xã hội: Tranh cãi kịch liệt