New data from the United States census shows a tremendous surge in New Jersey’s Hispanic population in every single county. New population estimates showed that from 2010 to 2014, the Hispanic population has grown in the Garden State from 1.6 million to 1.7 million compared to the rest of the state’s population which has remained steady at 7.2 million. Although every county in the state has seen a growth in their Hispanic population, the counties which have seen the most growth are Bergen, Hudson and Union. This increase in the Hispanic population helped the total population in New Jersey go from 8.8 million to 8.9 million in the last four years.
New Jersey is now one of the few states that whose millennial population is now comprised mostly of minorities, signifying a dramatic shift in demographics. Despite an ever-increasing presence in the state, New Jersey’s immigrant population still remains under-represented and all-too-often exploited. As an immigrant living in New Jersey, it’s important to realize that, perhaps now more than ever, you have a voice and should not have to put up with persecution or mistreatment in your pursuit of a better life.
If you are an immigrant living in the New Jersey, in addition to all of the quality of life issues you may be facing, you likely also live partially in fear of deportation. Even a small legal infraction can be cause for the US government to begin deportation proceedings against you. It is critical that you realize you have rights. You may not understand all of them, but we do. We invite you to contact Michael Noriega at Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC. Mr. Noriega speaks English, Spanish and Portuguese and is committed to assisting immigrants with all legal issues including Green Cards, visas, amnesty and deportation defense.
Additionally, if you feel like you are being discriminated against because of your ethnic background, you can speak with one of our qualified lawyers who will fight for your rights and best interests.
Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC’s immigration lawyer Michael Noriega is standing by to help New Jersey’s immigrants with their legal needs. Call now for a free consultation about obtaining a Green Card, securing a visa or fighting deportation.