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Beware of Dishonest Immigration Consultants

Information about the practices of scam artists preying upon immigrants seeking assistance in obtaining legal residence, work authorization, or citizenship has risen dramatically in recent years. Many unscrupulous consultants claim that they are attorneys or that they have close connections to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Others use titles such as notary public or notario to deceive people into believing that they are lawyers.

Immigrants' Eligibility for Unemployment Compensation

This fact sheet explains how you can qualify for unemployment benefits if you are an immigrant.

Immigrant Status and Your Rights as a Worker

Information on what rights and protections you have as an immigrant worker.

Immigrant Women and Abuse

If you are an immigrant to the United States, and you are a victim of domestic violence or rape, here are some suggestions we hope will help you.

Living in the United States: A Guide for Immigrant Youth

This handbook gives a good overview of U.S. laws that affect immigrants, especially as they apply to young people.

No-Match Information - Nonunion Workers

This resource explains your rights about Social Security "no match" letters if you are NOT in a union.

No-Match Information - Unionized Workers

This resource explains your rights about Social Security "no match" letters if you are in a union.

Social Security "No Match" Letters

This document provides more details about the Social Security Administration's "no match" process for notifying employers when an employee's name and Social Security number do not match.

What Immigrant Workers Should Know About No-Match Letters

This resource answers questions about the Social Security Administration's use of employer "no match" letters to identify people who are working under incorrect or false Social Security numbers.

No-Match Information - Nonunion Workers

This resource explains your rights about Social Security "no match" letters if you are NOT in a union.

No-Match Information - Unionized Workers

This resource explains your rights about Social Security "no match" letters if you are in a union.

Social Security "No Match" Letters

This document provides more details about the Social Security Administration's "no match" process for notifying employers when an employee's name and Social Security number do not match.

What Immigrant Workers Should Know About No-Match Letters

This resource answers questions about the Social Security Administration's use of employer "no match" letters to identify people who are working under incorrect or false Social Security numbers.

Immigrants' Eligibility for Unemployment Compensation

This fact sheet explains how you can qualify for unemployment benefits if you are an immigrant.

Immigrant Status and Your Rights as a Worker

Information on what rights and protections you have as an immigrant worker.

Beware of Dishonest Immigration Consultants

Information about the practices of scam artists preying upon immigrants seeking assistance in obtaining legal residence, work authorization, or citizenship has risen dramatically in recent years. Many unscrupulous consultants claim that they are attorneys or that they have close connections to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). Others use titles such as notary public or notario to deceive people into believing that they are lawyers.

Immigrant Women and Abuse

If you are an immigrant to the United States, and you are a victim of domestic violence or rape, here are some suggestions we hope will help you.

Living in the United States: A Guide for Immigrant Youth

This handbook gives a good overview of U.S. laws that affect immigrants, especially as they apply to young people.

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