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Taken for a Ride: Migrant Workers in the U.S. Fair and Carnival Industry.pdf
Este reporte revela la realidad del reclutamiento internacional para trabajos temporales de bajos salarios en los Estados Unidos examinando el reclutamiento en México, hogar del mayor número de migrantes temporales que trabajan bajo las visas H-2 en los EE.UU. (1) Los resultados están basados en la información recolectada por el Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. (CDM) a través de u ...READ MORE
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H-2B Final Rule Fact Sheet February 2012
CENTRO DE LOS DERECHOS DEL MIGRANTE
FACT SHEET ON THE 2012 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR FINAL H-2B RULE
On February 21, 2012, the US Department of Labor published the new Final Rule: Temporary Non-agricultural Employment of H-2B Aliens in the United States. The new rule is a win-win-win for migrant workers, ...READ MORE
Dan nhe Centro de los Derechos del Migrante nhakin to organizacion da’ ko chbejin bene mechh.
Bit nhakin che gobierhn. Bit nhakendo bene chhelhche bene shjake wenllin do lhall grhingw ka. Yogolho da chhaklhenhento bene chjelenhe llin lhall grhingw, bit shchixhjentonhe mechh.
¡Bllon da chheyalo nhakin chio nha gwzua xhlatjo!
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When we opened CDM’s doors on Calle Victor Rosales in Zacatecas, Mexico in 2005, we came with deep-seated concerns about the tremendous barriers to justice that migrants confront everyday and great hopes about how we could improve their U.S. workplace conditions. We started with a tiny, but extraordinarily dedicated staff, and a vision for transnational justice that continues to drive us. Fiv ...READ MORE
Your client is in Mexico. We can help. Transnational access to justice for migrants through litigation support services.
CDM assists US advocates in complying with discovery requirements when their clients have returned to Mexico. CDM can track down clients to answer interrogatories and appear at depositions. Managing the discovery process transnationally can be difficult both logistical ...READ MORE
“Guestworkers need the government on their side. Every time that the men and women from Mexico go to work in the U.S., they leave their families behind in search of a better future. At these jobs in the U.S., many of them give so much more — their efforts, their health, and their lives. It is only fair that they be justly compensated and protected in return.”
— Elisa Tovar Martin ...READ MORE