Collect The Unpaid Overtime That Your Employer Owes You!
The Federal Government Will Protect Your Rights
And Will Help You Collect Your Unpaid Overtime

Mainstream media may not report on the way businesses, both small and large, are cheating their employees, but that doesn’t make it any less common. It is a growing epidemic, and you are one of thousands of people suffering through unfair and unlawful practices that involve unpaid overtime.

This problem exists in every class, in every state, all over the U.S., but it’s even more prominent with migrant workers, regardless of legal citizenship, and it needs to stop. You have rights when it comes to unpaid overtime, whether a citizen of this country or not.

Citizenship & Working Status does not dictate how much you get paid.
It does not make you exempt from overtime pay.
Unpaid Overtime is unlawful, period.

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So We Can Help You Take Back What’s Yours

Even an employee working within the U.S. without citizenship or a work visa is entitled to overtime pay if employed by a company operating within the borders of the United States of America. Unpaid overtime is unlawful, and any employee (both documented or undocumented) can collect up to a full 3 years of unpaid overtime.

Use Our Calculator To Find Out How Much Your Employer Owes You

Many immigrants working within the U.S. (especially those without legal passage) are sickened by the mistreatment they receive and want justice, but they’re afraid that making such a claim would cost them their work, and as such their livelihood.

That’s a fear you don’t have to suffer from – ever. The law provides employees (documented or otherwise) protection from retaliation by their employers if they sue their employers for unpaid overtime. That means:

  • * No retaliation from your employer
  • * Your job is protected
  • * Your income is protected

When you work long hours, you deserve to be compensated for the work you do.

All The Work You Do

When employers leave you with unpaid overtime, they’re stealing from you. When your employers steal from you, they’re not only stealing from you and your family, but from every other hard-working employee.

According to the U.S. Department Of Labor, any employee who works more than 40 hours per week is due overtime at one and one half times the current pay rate per hour. If you aren’t receiving that compensation then you are OVERDUE to get what is owed you.

We Can Help You Get That Money Back

Use our overtime calculator to find out an approximation of how much you can collect from your employer for lost and unpaid overtime. If you’re owed unpaid overtime, then it’s time for you collect what’s rightfully yours.