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    Can a person without residency that is working demand the company where he is working?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan67 View Post
    Can a person without residency that is working demand the company where he is working?

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    I like that idea, illegal residents demanding jobs! I want a job as the "SD Mall planner" especially if I receive a commisssion on square footage

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan67 View Post
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    Demand what?
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    If the OP is asking if an illegal employee in the DR can make demands of the company under the Labor Code, the answer is yes. The Labor Code applies to ALL workers, with Citizenship/Residency or not, enforced by the Labor Dept.

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    The OP is probably trying to ask if he can sue his employer. I am not going to answer the question because he shouldn't be working!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mido View Post
    The OP is probably trying to ask if he can sue his employer. I am not going to answer the question because he shouldn't be working!
    Believe it or not, but he CAN sue the employer for benfits or whatever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mido View Post
    The OP is probably trying to ask if he can sue his employer. I am not going to answer the question because he shouldn't be working!
    Nor should the employer be employing him. Let the chips fall where they may. The Labor Code and Labor Board are blind to immigration status in employment matters.

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    I knew that lawyeres can do a lot in DR but in this case what is my employee try to get?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan67 View Post
    I knew that lawyeres can do a lot in DR but in this case what is my employee try to get?

    Who knows what your employee wants,

    You need to give more details on the situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan67 View Post
    I knew that lawyeres can do a lot in DR but in this case what is my employee try to get?
    Which provision of the Labor Code did you not adhere to?

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