In order to work here in the United States legally, an individual must reside in the country on a valid visa, as a legal permanent resident or as a U.S. citizen. The responsibility of making sure that a prospective employee can legally work here in New Jersey falls to you as an employer.
When a massive vehicle travels too close to a car in front of it, the driver may not be able to react safely and quickly enough to avoid a collision. This seems to have been the case involving a tractor-trailer and a car on a recent Friday in New Jersey. The 72-year-old tractor-trailer operator was issued several traffic citations in the incident.
New Jersey families who have emigrated from other countries understand how challenging it can be to adapt to life in the United States. Many have set immigration and naturalization goals for themselves, hoping to one day become U.S. citizens. For those who have sought asylum, they must live in the United States for at least one year after obtaining their legal status before they can apply for permanent residency.
If you are fairly new to New Jersey, and especially if you emigrated from another country, it may have taken some time to get used to state traffic laws and driving regulations. Obtaining a valid driver's license may have been one of your main goals when you first came to live in the U.S. As you prepared for your driving test, someone likely taught you the importance of avoiding distractions behind the wheel.
A family law judge recently ordered a mother of several children to agree to random drug testing for a period of several months. That mother happens to be former Spice Girl, Melanie Brown. She has been entangled in a contentious child custody battle regarding her 7-year-old daughter. New Jersey parents currently facing similar issues may want to follow this case.
Because so many laws exist that govern immigration in the United States, it can seem intimidating to enter the country and try to live your life on the right side of the law. These days, it seems like any change could potentially put you and your family in jeopardy of detainment or deportation.
New Jersey roadways are often scenes of motor vehicle collisions. Not every incident involves multiple vehicles, however, as made evident by a recent incident that resulted in personal injury. When single-vehicle collisions occur, they are often later found to have been caused by driver negligence.