New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice, in an article accessed on Apr. 8, 2016, "Licenses," available on their website, stated:

“New Jersey has over 500,000 undocumented immigrants working and living by our side. Other states have already taken the steps to ensuring that their communities adjust to these demographic shifts by passing policies that will ensure the safety and harmony of all.

One of these policies is the legislation that would expand access to driver licenses to undocumented New Jerseyans in our communities…

Allowing all residents, regardless of immigration status, to be tested, licensed and insured would create a safer New Jersey and allow its residents to engage more in the economic, social and cultural life of the state.”

Apr. 8, 2016