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Immigration law changes in New Jersey re driving privileges

Governor Phil Murphy has reportedly made a lot of people happy by agreeing to sign a bill into law. The new law will prompt changes regarding immigration, in particular the ability of an undocumented person to apply for a valid driver's license. Hundreds of thousands of immigrants residing in New Jersey are expected to apply for driving privileges now.

Immigration and naturalization: Good news for Liberians

In New Jersey and elsewhere, many immigrants are of Liberian ethnicity. In the past, such people have been ineligible for certain immigration and naturalization programs. While many of them have been living and working in the United States for a long time, they have only been able to do so under Deferred Enforced Deportation statuses.

Naturalization applicants must have good moral character

Many people come to New Jersey and other parts of the United States in hopes of finding new opportunities. If you left your native land to come to this country, it was undoubtedly a major decision for you. After all, you likely had to leave behind loved ones and everything you knew in your homeland.

Judge rules on several family law issues in actress's divorce

While it remains to be seen how many New Jersey married couples will file for divorce before 2019 ends, it is likely that many who do will encounter challenges in their cases. Family law issues can be quite complex, especially if there are extenuating circumstances, such as allegations of abuse or financial crimes. Actress Julianne Reeves shares a child with her former husband,  a man whom she says has not only been abusive but has used illegal drugs and committed financial crimes, as well.

US immigration issues that may affect New Jersey residents

New Jersey is home to thousands of immigrants. U.S. immigration law is complex, and each immigrant arrives at a U.S. border under his or her own set of unique circumstances. A recent protest was held in another state by women who say that the federal government needs to reform its policies because women and children are not being protected when they are living under custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Remember to drink responsibly at holiday events this season

You may be looking forward to the various holiday parties you will be attending in the upcoming weeks. You may an office party to attend, multiple gatherings with friends and a few family events in New Jersey or out of state to go to. At some of these get-togethers, alcoholic beverages may be available, and you may decide to indulge yourself while having a good time.

Immigration advocates say man is happy to have been released

New Jersey is home to many immigrants who fled countries of origin due to imminent danger. Many people in other states, as well, can relate to high levels of stress often associated with seeking asylum at a U.S. border. In such cases, immigration advocates, experienced attorneys and others can provide strong support to those who are seeking asylum or other adjustments of status.

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