Requiring applicants to engage with the federal Social Security Administration will dissuade many from applying for a license
Governor allocates more than $6 million to help give immigrants a better chance at avoiding deportation
Addressing barriers to pandemic assistance and other programs would strengthen the state’s recovery from the current health and economic crises
A new report shows that a majority of undocumented immigrants are suffering financially during the pandemic, yet they’re getting no government assistance.
The facility, a longtime target of activists and the subject of a lawsuit over the spread there of COVID-19, houses about 80 immigrants
A young activist exults over the court’s rejection of the Trump administration’s attempt to halt DACA, a program that protected noncitizens brought to the U.S. ...
One undocumented woman lost her partner when he was sent home from the ER twice, despite increasingly serious symptoms of COVID-19. She’s far from alone
Grewal dismisses Attorney General Barr’s announcement as grandstanding and ‘election year stunt’
Fearing MS-13 gang, she sought asylum in US; after being separated by border officials, she and her son eventually were reunited and now live in ...
Advocates will be back in Trenton today campaigning for a measure that would allow residents to apply for a license, regardless of their immigration status
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