Miller Mayer’s Steve Yale-Loehr Quoted Regarding H-1B Visas, Decline in International Students, New Case Quotas, Social Media Disclosure

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:

On an immigration app developed by Cornell law students:

On new case quotas imposed by Attorney General Jeff Sessions:

On the Department of State’s new proposed requirement for visa applicants to disclose their social media usage for the last five years:

2018-04-17T16:58:29+00:00 April 17th, 2018|