N.J.S.A 44:4-62. Persons from outside of United States

44:4-62. Persons from outside of United States

Nothing in this chapter shall apply to or affect any person from outside the United States of America, or in any way change the rights or liabilities of such persons as conferred or imposed by any law of the United States, nor the right otherwise conferred by law to deport or remove such persons to any other state wherein such person still retains, or may have acquired, a settlement according to the laws of any state or country, and in all such cases no settlement shall be deemed to have been acquired within this state.

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