New Jersey Courts Latest Update Statewide Immigration Policies

Recently, the New Jersey Supreme Court updated the Statewide Judicial Policies conforming the New Jersey’s Immigrant Rights Directive. The New Jersey Supreme Court Directive stops the court officials from the collection of any information about the individual’s immigration status until and unless it is undeniably necessary. A lot of state’s court forms are to be updated for removing the immigration-related queries.

Also, the New Jersey Supreme Court Directive provides the statewide rules of to be expected for the “rare instances” in which the federal Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrest any undocumented immigrant. The Court do not define or provide any examples of what to be considered as a “rare instance,” relying only on the comments of John Tsoukaris, Newark’s ICE Field Office Director, at a meeting with the Judiciary members, that the ICE will diminish the arrest at court house.

The US Attorney’s Office is extremely proud to symbolize the enforcement of federal law keeping the interests of people of New Jersey in mind. The federal office is responsible for prosecution of the federal criminal laws for New Jersey, starting from the acts of terrorism to laws of public corruption, organized crime/gang activities, white-collar crime, internet-related crimes, or the drug importation through various New Jersey ports, and other criminal acts. Also, the Office is charged, through the Civil Division, with defending the agencies of the US, enforcing the regulatory agency authority, and recovering the funds from the violators of United States criminal, civil laws, and regulatory.

It is a chief, determined task that brings both the vast and experienced resources of Office’s Assistant U.S. Attorneys, along with some of the best federal investigating agencies and the agents found anywhere in the US- Internal Revenue Service, 

  • Immigration and Customs Enforcement, 
  • U.S. Customs and Border Patrol,
  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation, 
  • U.S. Postal Inspection Service, 
  • Drug Enforcement Administration, 
  • Secret Service, 
  • the U.S. Marshal Service, 
  • Bureau of Tobacco, Alcohol, and Firearms, 
  • The Defense Criminal Investigative Service.

The U.S. Attorneys and different supervisors cover the whole state – right from High Point to the Cape May Point effectively – enforcing the civil and criminal statutes of the US.

You can find various immigration attorneys from ilexlaw, who offer complete assistance regarding your case.  

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