National Origin Discrimination

Despite the fact that America is a diverse mix of cultures, newcomers to this country still face discrimination, even if they are now United States citizens. Anti-discrimination law protects individuals employed in the United States who are legally authorized to work, regardless of citizenship. If you feel you have been discriminated against, it is important that you take action and protect your rights.

At Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP, we are committed to protecting victims of workplace discrimination. For more than 45 years, we have fought for the rights of employees against corporations and entities of all sizes. One of our knowledgeable employee rights lawyers will meet with you to learn about and assess your situation.

Discrimination Against Immigrants And Their Families

You may be a victim of national origin discrimination, or immigrant discrimination, if either of the following has occurred on the basis of your birthplace, ancestry, culture or linguistic characteristics common to a specific ethnic group:

  • You have been subjected to offensive or inappropriate comments.
  • Your employment opportunities have been limited.

This differs from racial discrimination because it is not based on a person's race, but because he or she is from another country. If you feel you have been discriminated against, contact us to protect your rights.

Call Now To Schedule Your Free Consultation — We Are On Your Side

To arrange a free, confidential initial consultation with one of our attorneys, contact Carlin & Buchsbaum, LLP, in Long Beach. Our law firm serves clients throughout Southern California, and we handle cases on a contingency basis. Therefore, you will not pay attorney's fees unless you receive compensation in your case.

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