Susan D’Agostino, Inside Higher Ed, November 29, 2022
"Earlier this year, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security expanded opportunities for international students who have earned U.S. degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics...
Jess Bravin and Michelle Hackman, Wall Street Journal, Nov. 29, 2022
"The Supreme Court on Tuesday [considered] the executive branch’s power to set priorities in enforcing immigration law, in a case that also tests the legal standing of states...
Josh Kelety, Associated Press, Oct. 27, 2022
"Several Republican elected officials have suggested in recent social media posts that almost 100 people on the terrorist watchlist have entered the U.S. along the southwest border. “FACT: at least...
Janine Prantl, Stephen Yale-Loehr, NY Daily News, Oct. 15, 2022
"Every fall, the U.S. president sets a refugee ceiling — the maximum number of refugees that may be resettled annually to the United States. For the new fiscal year that started...
Jorge Cancino, Univision, Oct. 6, 2022
"The future of the nearly 700,000 beneficiaries of the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program remains uncertain following the ruling issued Wednesday by the New Orleans-based 5th Circuit...
Rational Middle, Sept. 28, 2022
" Stephen Yale-Loehr, Professor of Immigration Law at Cornell Law School , joins host Chris Lyon this week. They discuss Yale-Loehr’s work in immigration law and research on refugees in America."
Tom Norton, Newsweek, Sept. 17, 2022
"Florida governor Ron DeSantis was strongly criticized this week after claiming responsibility for ordering two planeloads of migrants to travel from Texas to Martha's Vineyard. ... California Governor Gavin...
Chris Sommerfeldt and Tim Balk, New York Daily News, Sep 14, 2022
NYC asks feds to fast-track work papers for migrants amid busing crisis - "Mayor Adams and members of the City Council have begun to aggressively pressure the federal government...
After 10 years of DACA, Dreamers still live in legal limbo - "Because the Biden administration chiefly focused on its battle with the courts, the new rule fails to adopt any substantive measures to expand or strengthen the DACA program. Most conspicuously...
Jacob Hamburger, Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, Aug. 30, 2022
"On Tuesday, the Biden administration published a new rule codifying the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for the first time into the formal regulatory code. Since President...
Josh Kelety, Associated Press, Aug. 3, 2022
"Lara Logan, a former Fox Nation host, recently claimed that U.S. Border Patrol agents are distributing Social Security numbers to immigrants at the border. A video of her comments has circulated widely...
Prof. Stephen W. Yale-Loehr, July 27, 2022
The Hill - Opinion: Ending Title 42 won’t cause immigration mayhem — It will restore order
"... Since March 2020, approximately 900,000 people — including over 215,000 parents and children...
Jorge Cancino, Univision, July 26, 2022
"[T]he total number of separated families is not known and some 1,500 children (data updated in February) are still lost in a limbo that, in the opinion of experts, it is not known how it will be repaired...
Camilo Montoya-Galvez, CBS News, July 22, 2022
" Steve Yale-Loehr, a professor at Cornell University who studies U.S. immigration law, said federal policy-making on immigration is now primarily dictated by federal courts, not Congress or the executive...
Elizabeth Ruiz, KSBY, July 13, 2022
" Stephen Yale-Loehr teaches immigration law at Cornell Law School. "This is a new trend because of the tight labor market and employers need to figure out how to both attract and retain workers," Yale...