Campus Reform: NJ doles out $250k for law students to rep illegals in court

IRLI In The News

April 8, 2019

By Victoria Snitsar

If you’re an illegal immigrant in New Jersey, the state wants to help you deal with ICE and federal immigration courts.

The New Jersey Department of the Treasury, which is currently under the control of first-term Democrat Gov. Phil Murphy, devoted $2.1 million to legal representation for residents with immigration-related troubles, according to a November news release from the state governor. Read the full story at Campus reform.

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