The gateway to the United States, New Jersey is home to one of the highest shares of immigrant residents in the nation. Immigrants are our neighbors, coworkers, classmates, and community leaders. New Jersey’s long-term success is inextricably linked to the success of its immigrants, regardless of their documentation status. Public policy must reflect this reality.

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New Jersey Should Embody Its Values by Supporting Immigrants and Asylum Seekers

Combating Surveillance and Protecting Privacy: Why New Jersey Needs the Values Act

Language Access Makes Public Services More Effective and Makes Economic Sense

Language Access Removes Barriers and Makes Public Services More Effective

Data Disaggregation Gives Lawmakers a Full Picture of Communities and Advances Equity

Essential Workers, Advocates, and Policy Experts Urge Lawmakers to Spend American Rescue Plan Funds on Direct Relief for Working Families

Recovery for All: Excluded New Jerseyans Fund Falls Short of Need

New York Approves $2.1 Billion Relief Fund for Immigrants — New Jersey Should Do the Same

Cooperation with ICE Deepens Racial and Economic Disparities in New Jersey

Proposed Regulations Threaten Driver’s License Expansion Law

Building a More Immigrant Inclusive Tax Code: Expanding the EITC to ITIN Filers

New Jersey Policy Perspective Adds Two New Analysts to Lead Health Care and Immigrants’ Rights Research

Immigrant Small Business Ownership is a Cornerstone of New Jersey’s Economy

NJPP Statement: Restricting Low-Income Immigrants is Un-American

Undocumented Immigrants Pay Taxes: County Breakdown of Taxes Paid

Op-Ed: Why Unauthorized Immigrants Should Be Permitted to Drive Legally

Dream Act Would Help Many Young New Jersey Immigrants & Boost the Economy

Congressional Tax Proposals Target Immigrant Children

DACA Directive Dims the Future of Thousands of Young New Jersey Immigrants

Trump Budget Targets Mixed-Status Immigrant Families