Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by USA Today in “Immigration was a Scorching Topic at the Supreme Court Last Year. With Trump Gone, That’s Changed.” The article notes that “[p]ending immigration cases stemming from the Obama administration are in part a function of the years it takes for disputes to work their way through the courts. But it also underscores that many of the technical aspects of immigration enforcement don’t change much from president to president—despite the rhetoric from both parties.” Steve said, “People may think, ‘Oh, well, now the government is always going to be trying to find ways to help immigrants’ and that’s not the case. You see that in some of these cases…where the government is still appealing to the Supreme Court on these technical but important issues.” The full article can be found at