You have the right:
- To know the status of your case, and who is working on it.
- To have written notice of any hearing or final action relating to your case.
- To have an attorney present at any stage of the process.
- To file and pursue a charge without being harassed, intimated or retaliated against.
- To obtain a full remedy, if discrimination is found.
- To appeal any final decision of which you don’t approve.
You have a responsibility:
- To supply and explain all relevant information, data, or papers to the investigator, upon request.
- To answer all telephone, mail, or email inquiries from the Commission. Your case may be dismissed if you don’t. These will be as convenient and as infrequent as possible.
- To attend all meetings and hearings. We will try to accommodate your schedule if we can.
- To follow your case: keep in touch; leave us all new addresses or phone changes, inquire if there are undue delays.