Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by the Los Angeles Times in “10 Years After DACA, Many Fear for Their Survival.” He said things look bad for young immigrants as both an appeals court and the Supreme Court are likely to rule against Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). “I think that every DACA recipient should look at what other ways they have to legalize their status, through marriage or work, or whatever, because DACA status may not exist in a short time,” he said. Read the article here (Spanish, with English translation available).

Steve was quoted by Univision in “Supreme Court Denies Bail to Undocumented Immigrants Detained for More Than 6 Months.” Commenting on a new Supreme Court ruling, he said, “In this case, Arteaga-Martínez argued that, to avoid a due process violation, he and certain other immigrants should be entitled to a bond hearing after six months in detention. However, in 2021 the Supreme Court ruled 6-3 that immigrants who return to the United States illegally after being deported must be held without bond while awaiting a second deportation hearing.” He noted that more than 1.7 million immigrants have cases pending with the Executive Office for Immigration Review. Read the article here (Spanish, with English translation available).