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Immigrant's Weekly January 17, 2006
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Employment Discrimination

The Civil Rights Division's Office of Special Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Employment Practices (OSC) protects the rights of US citizens and legal immigrants who have been discriminated against on the basis of citizenship status or national origin. OSC has recently launched a national bilingual advertising campaign to inform the public (employees and employers) about its services, which include:

  • investigating charges on behalf of workers alleging discrimination
  • operating toll-free hotlines answering questions for employers and workers
  • conducting outreach training to educate community groups, government agencies, employers, and others about immigration-related employment discrimination
To learn more about the OSC, see here.

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Dear Editor:
RS' letter (1/09/06 IW) writes that his wife and daughter are Russian citizens. His letter appears to indicate that unhappiness about the delays + cost to get his daughter papers so she can attend college. By that I presume his letter refers to a cost break given to legal residents. My suggestion is to join a movement that will restrict illegal aliens, through better sanctions and quicker deportations. By clearing up all the caseloads created by them and their lawyers, the system might be able to catch up on the backlog.

Peter Griswold

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