TIME: When Does DACA Expire? The Supreme Court Just Gave Dreamers More Time

TIME: When Does DACA Expire? The Supreme Court Just Gave Dreamers More Time

On February 26, the Supreme Court ruled to reinstate the DACA program, overruling a March 5 deadline set by the Trump administration for Congress to decide on the fate of the program.

I was quoted in the article, here:

The Supreme Court’s order and the previous judicial rulings keep the Trump administration from ending the program on March 5, but around 100 DACA recipients have been losing their work permits and deportation deferrals every day, notes Cornell Law professor Stephen Yale-Loehr. “The uncertainty is causing problems for both DACA recipients and their employers,” he said. “Today’s ruling throws the DACA program back into Congress’ lap.”

View the article on TIME.com, here: http://time.com/5175496/supreme-court-daca-dreamers-deadline/

TIME: Donald Trump to end protected status for Salvadorians

TIME: Donald Trump to end protected status for Salvadorians

I spoke with TIME about Trump’s call to end temporary protected status (TPS) for El Salvador. Although the program is temporary in nature, it has been renewed by presidential administrations ever 18 months since 2001.

Cornell Law Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr told TIME in November that presidents have typically maintained [TPS] status because ending it could pose a political challenge.

“Individuals from those countries settle here, they have roots, they marry U.S. citizens, they have U.S. citizen children,” he said. “So if you take it away then you’re dividing families and sending some people back to their home country.”

The full article is here.

ACLU Sues Over U.S. Family’s Border Ordeal

ACLU Sues Over U.S. Family’s Border Ordeal

“It is very difficult to win a case challenging searches at the border. Border Patrol officials have broad authority at ports of entry,” I said in a recent article on time.com. “Courts have often ruled against citizens alleging that their constitutional rights have been violated at the border. Only the most egregious cases are likely to win.”

Media Coverage on Supreme Court “Travel Ban” and Detention

Media Coverage on Supreme Court “Travel Ban” and Detention

I was quoted in various news articles on June 26 in the midst of the Supreme Court’s travel ban order. I also spoke about the Court’s order setting rearmament in an immigration detention case.  All of the articles are accessible via the links below:

Travel ban quotes:
N.Y. Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/27/us/trump-travel-ban-refugees-supreme-court.html
Bloomberg: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-06-26/supreme-court-partially-revives-travel-ban-will-hear-appeal
The Guardian: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jun/26/trump-travel-ban-supreme-court-block-partially-lifted
CNN: http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/26/politics/supreme-court-order-may-cause-travel-chaos/index.html
Financial Times: https://www.ft.com/content/2f518fa2-5a87-11e7-9bc8-8055f264aa8b
Bloomberg Politics: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-06-26/supreme-court-travel-ban-ruling-may-prompt-fresh-legal-challenge
Quartz: https://qz.com/1014827/the-us-supreme-court-allowed-trump-to-implement-his-travel-ban-with-some-limits/
Time.com
http://time.com/money/4833749/travel-ban-supreme-court-travelers/
Vanity Fair: http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/06/supreme-court-donald-trump-travel-ban
Chronicle of Higher Education: http://www.chronicle.com/article/International-Students-Dodge/240442/
Inside Higher Ed: https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/06/27/supreme-court-partially-reinstates-trump’s-travel-ban
McClatchy newspapers: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/white-house/article158346979.html
Law360: https://www.lexisnexis.com/legalnewsroom/immigration/b/outsidenews/archive/2017/06/27/expert-sc-travel-ban-ruling-likely-to-trigger-confusion-more-litigation-law360.aspx
Financial Times China: http://www.ftchinese.com/story/001073166
Storm.mg (China): http://www.storm.mg/article/289724
Finance.sina.com (China): http://finance.sina.com.cn/roll/2017-06-27/doc-ifyhmtrw4152876.shtml
Vietnam Express: http://vnexpress.net/tin-tuc/the-gioi/phan-tich/thang-loi-lon-cua-trump-khi-sac-lenh-nhap-canh-duoc-khoi-phuc-3605169.html

Jennings v. Rodriguez reargument quotes:
KQED: https://ww2.kqed.org/news/2017/06/26/supreme-court-will-hear-california-immigrant-detention-case-again/
Mother Jones: http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/06/supreme-court-delivers-a-bad-omen-for-immigrants-in-detention/

How President Trump’s Tweets Hurt His Travel Ban

How President Trump’s Tweets Hurt His Travel Ban

President Trump’s twitter page has been a major focus of his time in office thus far, stirring up a lot of attention from the media and the public. In early June, tweets regarding his revised immigration executive order drew attention that I believe will only do harm to his defense of the “travel ban”. Quite simply, he may have shot himself in the legal foot here.

Read the full article on Time.com, here: http://time.com/4805973/travel-ban-supreme-court-donald-trump-tweets/.