The one-time cash payment of up to $2,000 will go to households making up to $55,000 who were ineligible for aid during the pandemic.
Gov. Murphy agrees to set aside coronavirus relief money for undocumented immigrants.
Hudson and Bergen county signal changes to their ICE contracts for detainees.
Hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants living in New Jersey will become eligible for a driver’s license starting May 1.
Essex County will now take in inmates from neighboring Union County.
Advocates continue a hunger strike to get New Jersey to give COVID-19 relief funds to undocumented workers.
The New Jersey U.S. senator is asking for more Republican support on infrastructure, gun and immigration reform.
The long-delayed plan to get undocumented immigrants driver's licenses will resume Saturday, May 1.
‘Pandemic relief could be even more powerful if we didn't leave anyone out’
Advocates say the Murphy aid package would come out to around $96 per person, one year into the pandemic.
The Murphy administration may be considering giving undocumented residents stimulus payments after pressure from advocates.
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