Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by Univision in “¿Una moratoria a las deportaciones por 100 días? Piden a Biden actuar mientras revisa la política migratoria de Trump.” Mr. Yale-Loehr said the more than 400 changes to immigration law over the past four years “have caused substantial confusion among lawyers and immigrants. The fact that many of these changes have been challenged in court has only exacerbated the misunderstandings. This may be the goal of poorly drafted and complicated executive orders and agency rules: to deter people from immigrating, seeking asylum, or staying in the United States. The Trump administration has used chaos as a deliberate immigration tactic and it has been effective,” he said, noting that “immigrants have faced repeated threats in multiple settings, including repeated travel bans, the danger of ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs and temporary protected status (TPS), raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and aggressive asylum restrictions.” He further observed that “the courts overturned or delayed some of the Trump administration’s immigration policy changes. But litigation takes time. And, with enough uncertainty generated, these policies have a similar impact as if they were actually implemented. In essence, the impact of these public policy changes extends far beyond the specific legal modifications themselves.” The article can be found here (Spanish)