28 CFR 68.4 - Complaints regarding unfair immigration-related employment practices.

§ 68.4 Complaints regarding unfair immigration-related employment practices.
(a) Generally. An individual must file a charge with the Special Counsel within one hundred and eighty (180) days of the date of the alleged unfair immigration-related employment practice.
(b) The Special Counsel shall, within one hundred and twenty (120) days of the date of receipt of the charge:
(1) Determine whether there is a reasonable cause to believe the charge is true and whether to bring a complaint respecting the charge with the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer within the 120-day period; or,
(2) Notify the party within the 120-day period that the Special Counsel will not file a complaint with the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer within the 120-day period.
(c) The charging individual may file a complaint directly with the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer within ninety (90) days after the date of receipt of notice that the Special Counsel will not be filing a complaint within the 120-day period. However, the Special Counsel's failure to file a complaint within the 120-day period will not affect the right of the Special Counsel to investigate the charge or bring a complaint within the 90-day period.
[Order No. 1534-91, 56 FR 50053, Oct. 3, 1991]

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