Illegals in Jersey with Plates from PA
Are you an illegal immigrant? Do you live in a state with a complicated drivers license process, making it harder for you to get a ...
Stymied by New Jersey's tough motor vehicle laws, [illegal immigrants] have traveled to states with more lax regulations to obtain the paperwork they need to get behind the wheel.
It's a tactic thousands have used, making the streets of many of New Jersey's immigrant neighborhoods look like a South Jersey Turnpike rest stop. Besides Pennsylvania, license plates from Maryland, North Carolina and Michigan abound.
No matter your opinion on illegal immigration, this does seem to be a thorny problem. And even though the REAL ID law is extremely controversial and kind of impossible to implement, issues like this do make you wonder whether we ought to have a standard process for obtaining a license.
Join the Discussion
After you comment, click Post. You can enter an anonymous Display Name or connect to a social profile.
Bloomberg and Harvard Team Up to Train Mayors35 minutes ago
Labor Department Makes It Easier for States to Launch Retirement Plans for Private Workers4 minutes ago
Back-to-School Tax Holidays Losing Popularity Among Lawmakers34 minutes ago
Judge Bars UNC From Enforcing Transgender Bathroom Restrictions44 minutes ago
U.S. Judge Dismisses Housing Segregation Lawsuit Against Texas1 hour ago
In Boston’s ‘Safe Space,’ Surprising Insights Into Drug Highs2 hours ago