Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by Univision in “Corte de apelaciones falla en contra de una medida de Trump que prohíbe la entrada de migrantes sin seguro médico.” The article discusses an appeals court ruling against a Trump administration measure prohibiting the entry of uninsured migrants.
If effective, “the new temporarily suspended rule would affect more than half of all immigrants. The 2-1 decision … confirmed the temporary suspension decision issued in November,” he said. He further noted that the majority opinion of the 9th Circuit panel of judges maintains that “the lower court adequately determined that the plaintiffs would suffer irreparable harm in the form of a long separation from their loved ones abroad. The majority also noted that the President does not have unlimited power to deny immigrant visas based on purely domestic concerns.”