The state is now expected to announce its first Biotests appointments for new drivers licenses and licenses for pregnant women, as well as birth certificates.
Chris Christie said Thursday that a total of 14,000 new driver licenses and birth certificates will be issued in the first three months of 2018.
The governor said the state will issue birth certificates to more than 6,000 women by April 15, and to more 2,500 by June 30.
He said he would not be able to provide an exact date on the birth certificate process.
He also said that more than 2,000 birth certificates would be issued each day.
More than 7,000 additional birth certificates have been issued so far this year.
New Jersey will be the first state in the nation to issue birth cards to all new mothers by April 20, with the state’s Department of Health issuing birth certificates for both women and men.
Biotest was formed last year to provide access to new birth certificates and to encourage women and families to apply for a birth certificate.
The company has a $50,000 matching grant that will be used to provide a free birth certificate to anyone who applies.
The company is currently offering birth certificates from women who have had at least six children, including a baby boy, for $99.99, up from the previous birth certificate rate of $59.95.
The state Department of Transportation announced on Thursday that it will begin issuing new driver license applications to new drivers on April 1.
The new licenses will be mailed to drivers at the New Jersey State Driver License Office.
The new licenses have a cost of $1.50.
New Jersey is the first in the country to offer birth certificates online.
The state said it will accept birth certificates in the mail for $1 each.