Five organizations within Mexico and the United States met to investigate the conditions of recruitment and employment of seasonal agricultural workers with H-2A visas: Catholic Relief Services (CRS), Centro Independiente de Trabajadores Agricolas (CITA), Dimensi
Article 28 of the Federal Labor Act in Mexico: Does it protect Mexican workers abroad? The objective of this study is to determine whether Article 28 of the Federal Labor Law of Mexico is a viable legal remedy in situations in which the minimum standards contained in that provision are violated by individual recruiters, employment agencies, the foreign employer or the Mexican government.
Comments on Public Notice Regarding Exchange Visitor Program Summer Work Travel Job Placement Verification Form
Submission to the UN Committee on Migrant Workers Regarding the List of Issues to be Adopted for Mexico's Second Periodic Review
Why Transparency in the Recruiter Supply Chain is Important in the Effort to Reduce Exploitation of H-2 Workers: A Global Workers Justice Alliance Position Paper
Written Statement to the Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement regarding the hearing on "The H-2A Visa Program: Meeting the Growing Needs of American Agriculture?"
Access to judicial and administrative remedies post-separation from employment justice, Universal Periodic Review (UPR) Migrant Labor Cluster Report
compiled by the Transnational Litigation Clinic at University of Pennsylvania Law School. Submitted to the United Nations Human RIghts Council for the United States UPR
Letter to Magistrate Judge Madeline Cox Arleo, and Letter to DOS in Support of Parole
Changes to Improve the Protections of H-2 Workers in the Recruitment Process