Contact Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. about workplace and recruitment problems. CDM can assess your situation, recommend the best course of action, and accompany your case throughout the process. CDM never charges workers for services.
United States: 1-855-234-9699
Contratados.org is a groundbreaking workers’ rights initiative to investigate and uncover the actors and processes in low-wage labor recruitment along the Mexico-U.S. migrant stream. With Contratados.org, workers can share their experiences and review their recruiters and employers to prevent recruitment workplace abuses.
Know Your Rights
It is important to know your rights during the recruitment process and at your place of work. Here, you can learn about what to do to protect your rights and issues such as discrimination and sexual harassment, expenses and reimbursements, and fair wages through comics and audio novels.
Who to Contact
Click on this link to know what number to call in case you want to verify an offer, report a fraud, denounce labor abuses or if you need guidance.
Requesting your United States immigration record
Having accurate information about your immigration history in the U.S. can help you assess your eligibility for a visa or other immigration benefits. If you are interested requesting your record with the immigration agencies in the United States you may do so in several ways. Find out more.
The Affordable Care Act and H2A Workers
The Farm Worker Unit at Legal Aid of North Carolina answers some questions about the Affordable Care Act for migrant workers. Find out more.