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Farm Workers

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Find helpful articles, free court forms, and other resources for farmworkers, including information about wages, working conditions, and H-2A Visas, by following the links below.

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Farm Workers: Know Your Rights

Know your rights as an agricultural worker and where to go for help if your rights are being violated.

What U.S. Farmworkers Should Know About Their Employment Rights During COVID-19

Learn what federal law that applies in Montana says about COVID-19 and your worker rights.

Farm Worker Rights (FAQ on Wages and Pay)

Know your rights for how much you should be paid, your wage statements, and what to do if your wages are below the minimum wage.

H-2A Workers: Taxes & Retirement

Learn if you need to file US income taxes if you are an H-2A worker and what you will need to file your taxes.

Farm Worker Rights (FAQ on Working Conditions)

Know your rights to fair working conditions, including what your employer must tell you when you are recruited, housing conditions, field conditions, and other rights.

Federal Protection Against National Origin Discrimination

This brochure explains the laws prohibiting national origin discrimination and provides some examples.

Know Your Wage, Reimbursement, and Travel Rights as an H-2A Worker (FAQ)

Learn what you should know before you come to the US, how much you should be paid, reimbursed for travel, and other rights as an H-2A worker.

National Farmworkers Jobs Program

The National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) provides job training, employment assistance, and other supportive services to migrant and seasonal farmworkers and their dependents with the goal of helping farmworkers secure full-time employment.

The Affordable Care Act and You

A guide for H-2A Workers / Una Guía para los Trabajadores H-2A

What Are My Rights as an Immigrant When Talking to the Police or ICE?

You have constitutional rights when talking to the police or ICE even when you are an immigrant. Learn what you can do, what you don't have to do, and what you must do when talking to the police or ICE.

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