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Fair Employment for Immigrants

Are you being treated fairly on the job - and when looking for a job? Were you treated differently because of: your color, your national origin, your citizenship status, or not having certain work paper? We may be able to help you. Call Legal Aid Society of Mid-New York: more...

Farmworker News

Summer 2016 edition Welcome En Español This information was produced by the legal services programs in New England and New York. We are lawyers and paralegals who help farm workers with legal problems. We offer legal advice and representation at no cost to eligible workers. more...

How to File a Charge under the Maine Human Rights Act

Have you been discriminated against because of  your ancestory, national origin, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age (employment), whistleblower or worker's comp retalitation (employment), receipt of public assistance (housing), having children or being unmarried (housing)?  You can file a complaint with the Maine Human Rights Commission. They will investigate your claim and try to help you resolve the issue if a legal violation is found. more...

If You Have the Right to Work, Don't Let Anyone Take It Away

View the attached file to see this illustrated piece about making a complaint if you are an immigrant worker who has been treated unfairly. Ver el archivo adjunto para ver  esta obra ilustrada sobre  cómo presentar una queja si usted es un trabajador inmigrante que ha sido tratado injustamente. July 2011 PTLA #213 more...

Información Para Los Trabajadores Agrícolas

Esta información fue elaborada por los Programas de Servicios Legales de New England y Nueva York para trabajadores agrícolas. more...

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