New Jersey Supreme Court Defines Family Part’s Role in Applications for “Special Immigrant Juvenile” Status

By | NJ Family Legal Blog | September 1, 2015
New Jersey Supreme Court Defines Family Part’s Role in Applications for “Special Immigrant Juvenile” Status

In the consolidated appeals of H.S.P. v. MJ.K. and K.G. v. M.S. (Deceased) , the New Jersey Supreme Court  examined the role of the Family Part of our state court with regard to the factual findings necessary for a non-citizen child to apply to the federal government for “special immigrant juvenile” (SIJ) status.