Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by Univision in “Will DACA Survive? Keys to the Ruling That Keeps the ‘Dreamers’ in Legal Limbo.” Mr. Yale-Loehr explained that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit “ruled that the challenge to the [Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)] program must come back for further review by a lower court” (the Southern District Court of Texas). He noted that the Fifth Circuit held “that the DACA program is illegal (upheld the 2021 Texas ruling), but remanded the case to the federal trial court (Texas) to determine if a new DACA rule issued this year by the Biden administration made any difference to the legality of the program.” He said the decision “prevents immigration officials from deporting DACA recipients until a final decision in the case,” and noted that the decision “protects existing DACA recipients” (about 700,000), who can “continue to renew their status. But the uncertainty about the fate of the program remains. Congress should enact a legislative solution.” The article can be found here (in Spanish, with English translation available).