Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by the New York Times in “Appeals Court Allows ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy to Continue Blocking Migrants at the Border.”
He said, “It is very likely that the Supreme Court will grant the administration’s request to halt the Ninth Circuit’s original decision to suspend the policy.”
Steve was quoted by CNN in “Supreme Court Rules Against an Undocumented Immigrant Fighting State Prosecution.”
Steve told CNN, “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander. If the Supreme Court rules that the federal government no longer has sole responsibility for regulating immigration, lower courts may uphold pro-immigrant or sanctuary or noncooperation policies enacted by states and localities.”
Steve was quoted by CNN in “Supreme Court to Consider Rights of Some Asylum Seekers.”
He said the case discussed in the article is important because it “squarely raises constitutional issues. Here the Court must decide whether newly arrived immigrants have the same right to challenge their detention in federal court as U.S. citizens. Nearly half of all removals from the United States occur through expedited removal. “If the Court holds that the Constitution applies to arriving immigrants, the number of such deportations will surely decrease,” he said.