Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was interviewed in a podcast about the New York migrant surge. Steve discussed how local and federal leaders can work to manage the New York migrant surge and support individuals seeking refuge in the United States. He also discussed changes in migrant demographics, immigration statuses, complications of the U.S. immigration system, legal protections for migrants, labor shortages and work training programs, and funding for resources to address the migrant surge. To listen to the podcast, go to https://cornell-keynotes.simplecast.com/episodes/k091123.
Steve was quoted by Newsday in “Venezuelan Migrants, Once Granted Federal TPS Protection, Could Seek Shelter on Long Island, in Other Counties.” He noted that people who receive temporary protected status can receive some public benefits but not others. To read the article, go to https://www.newsday.com/long-island/venezuelan-migrants-tps-protection-long-island-g6g8fnwe.