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Cornell Law professor and LexisNexis expert author Stephen W. Yale-Loehr was quoted recently in the New York Times and The Guardian:
"“The court rulings today represent at least a temporary setback in the Trump administration’s attacks on both legal and illegal immigrants,” Steve Yale-Loehr, an immigration professor at Cornell Law School, said of the day’s decisions. “Ultimately, I predict these issues will go all the way to the Supreme Court.” - Judges Strike Several Blows to Trump Immigration Policies
"What resembles an unwritten extension of the travel ban slammed the doors on students amid escalating tensions between the US and Iran. Lawyers and students wondered if the sudden denials were an act of political retaliation. “I can only speculate that the reason may have more to do with the deteriorating state of US-Iran relations than with anything in the students’ backgrounds,” said Stephen Yale-Loehr, a law professor at Cornell University." - Iranian students barred from US: lost money, broken dreams, no answers
Prof. Yale-Loehr is co-author of Immigration Law and Procedure, the leading 21-volume treatise on U.S. immigration law published by LexisNexis.