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Thread: Pay Stub Laws in NJ New Jersey

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    Hi,

    My employer pays me salary on time but dont give me pay stubs (salary slips). He fears I might transfer my H1 visa. Is it mandatory in NJ to provide salary slips (pay stubs) to employee? Can I legally force him to send those?

    Thanks in Advance

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    Not my state but my reference book has a 50 state chart and says that for NJ is required to supply a pay stub with "statement of total wages and deductions". However that is all I have. The chart does not bother referring to the actual law.
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    Thanks DAW.... I found the answer .....I think its mandatory in NJ.

    http://lwd.dol.state.nj.us/labor/wag..._faqs.html#q32

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    However, you cannot "force" the employer to give you one. You can, though, file a complaint with the state DOL.
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