December 2019: Legislative update

In December 2019, Governor Murphy signed legislation making New Jersey the 15th state to expand access to driver’s licenses to qualified drivers, regardless of immigration status. New Jersey joins fourteen other states and D.C that have implemented similar measures. It is expected New Jersey will see an increase in public safety, increase in revenues to state and local economies, and increase the well-being of all families – particularly the hundreds of thousands who will gain access to a driver’s license. However, the expansion for driver’s licenses to all has not been implemented, the Motor Vehicles Commission (MVC) has to first announce a date when the new potential drivers can start applying. The legislation notes that the MVC has up to 13 months to implement. Please visit for up to date information. 

October 2019: RICAP advisory for DACA renewal applications

Please click here to read the advisory for DACA Renewal Applications.