Know your Rights Videos DOL's Wage and Hour Division (WHD) developed the “Know Your Rights” video series in English and Spanish to provide workers with useful basic information in different scenarios. The nine videos provide information on the federal minimum wage, when overtime pay is due, when an employer has to pay an employee, whether off-the-clock work is compensable or not, who is an employee and who is an independent contractor, rights of young workers, whether or not seasonal workers are subject to wage and hour laws, and how and what is needed to file a complaint with WHD.
VictimLaw VictimLaw is a user-friendly searchable database of victims' rights legal provisions including federal, state, and territorial statutes, Tribal laws, state constitutional amendments, court rules, administrative code provisions, and summaries of related court decisions and attorney general opinions, developed by OVC TTAC.
National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI) Victim Law Library The NCVLI victim Law library contains crime victim law publications and recorded trainings. Materials are organized by topic and may be accessed by selecting the relevant right, victim type, or procedural posture. All information is educational and intended for informational purposes only; it does not constitute legal advice, nor does it substitute for legal advice. For more information about NCVLI publications, click here.
Immigration Options for Victims of Crime U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services within the U.S. Department of Homeland Security created this brochure to inform law enforcement agents, social service providers, and others about the Violence Against Women Act, U nonimmigrant status, and T nonimmigrant status.
US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) - T & U Nonimmigrant Visa Information and Forms USCIS helps protect victims of human trafficking and other crimes by providing immigration relief. This site explains the two types of immigration relief provided to victims of human trafficking and other crimes.
EEOC Procedures: Requesting EEOC Certification for Immigration Classification (U Visa) Petitions in EEOC Cases (2013) This guide provides an overview of procedures that apply to requests for EEOC to certify petitions for U Nonimmigrant Status pursuant to the Victims of Trafficking and Violence Prevention Act of 2000.