Even if this is your first time being charged with DWI and there are no aggravating factors, a conviction will still have major repercussions including steep fines and possible jail time. But if there are aggravating factors—for example, if you were driving within 1,000 feet of a school zone or if there was a minor in your car at the time of your arrest—your charges and penalties could be enhanced.
Will an Out-of-State DWI Follow Me to New Jersey?
New Jersey is one of 45 states and Washington, D.C. that participate in the Interstate Driver’s License Compact. The New Jersey Division of Motor Vehicles will be notified by other states that participate in the compact if you are arrested for driving while intoxicated.
Are Recent Immigration Crackdowns Lead to a Shortage of Low-Skilled Labor?
President Trump missed no opportunity on the campaign trail to promise tougher immigration policies. Trump and those who support his immigration agenda contend that undocumented immigrants take away job opportunities from U.S.-born citizens. However, a recent report from Bloomberg indicates that the unprecedented increase in arrests of undocumented immigrants, which have jumped 38 percent compared to 2016, is leading to a shortage of low-skilled labor.
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DACA Recipients in NY Can Apply for Professional Licenses and Teacher Certifications Board Rules
Newark, NJ- Young immigrants in New York will have more professional opportunities after the state Board of Regents approved a permanent measure earlier this year. The decision allows young undocumented immigrants, who qualify for deportation relief under President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, to apply for teacher certifications and other professional licenses.
ICE Announces Another Wave of Deportation Raids
Newark, NJ- According to a May 12th report from Reuters, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is planning another a round of deportation raids targeting immigrants from Guatemala and other Central American countries. That means some New Jersey immigrants could be in danger of being detained and deported from the U.S. if the state is included in the latest round of deportation raids.