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Protecting Your Right to Work

This resource was developed by the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. It provides an explanation on how to identify possible discrimination under the INA’s

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Tip Sheet

Employment Rights Information

These resources explain the workplace protections that Afghan and Ukrainian immigrants have under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which prohibits employment discrimination based on citizenship, immigration status, and national origin.

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Tip Sheet

IER v. EEOC Comparison Flyer

This chart, developed by the Civil Rights Section of the Department of Justice, shows the differences between the jurisdictions of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

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This fact sheet, developed by the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, provides information on protections for Afghans Special Immigration Visa holders and humanitarian parolees under INA’s anti-discrimination provision. This resource is also available in Dari and Pashto.

Everyone starting a job as an employee in the United States completes the Form I-9, a government form that employers use to verify identity and permission to work. This flyer is intended to help asylees and refugees complete the Form I-9 and know their rights in this process. Translations are available in Amharic, Arabic, Armenian,  Burmese, Dari, Farsi, French, […]

This resource was developed by the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. It provides a brief overview of how E-Verify works and how to seek help for possible E-Verify-related discrimination.

This fact sheet, developed by the U.S Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, to assist workers and their advocates in identifying possible E-Verify-related discrimination. This resource is available in English. 

This resource was developed by the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. It provides an explanation on how to identify possible discrimination under the INA’s anti-discrimination provision and how to get help. 

These resources explain the workplace protections that Afghan and Ukrainian immigrants have under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which prohibits employment discrimination based on citizenship, immigration status, and national origin.

Afghan parolees who have received permission to work from the United States government, Afghan Special Immigrant Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs), and Afghan Special Immigrant Conditional Permanent Residents (CPRs) are allowed to work in the United States. This fact sheet, issued by the Department of Justice Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER), provides general information about […]

Temporary Protected Status (TPS) gives workers a temporary right to remain in the United States. This resource explains that if you have TPS, you are eligible for a work permit, also called an Employment Authorization Document (EAD). Those with Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) also have this right to work, and the information generally applies to […]

This chart, developed by the Civil Rights Section of the Department of Justice, shows the differences between the jurisdictions of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER). This resource is available in English and is intended for case managers to use alongside their clients.

This fact sheet was developed by the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division. It provides jointly issued guidance outlining protections from retaliation under various workplace laws. It is also available in Arabic, Creole, French, Hindi, Hmong, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Urdu, Vietnamese.