Kissimmee, FL asked in Employment Law and Workers' Compensation for Florida

Q: I want to know if I can do something since I came with a life plan for me and my daughter

A cleaning company brought me with a tourist visa to work for 700 dollars a week over time, I accepted and came to South Carolina, they paid me 11.50 an hour and they charged me rent and transportation, they offered to return the investment. of the tickets and they did not, they fired me from work and I want to know if I can file a complaint

1 Lawyer Answer
Domenic J. Celeste
Domenic J. Celeste
  • Workers' Compensation Lawyer
  • West Palm Beach, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: I'm not exactly sure what you are asking. You want to file a complaint for what and to whom? Do you mean you want to sue the cleaning company for not paying you something? Did you have a contract with this cleaning company? Did they pay you anything? A lot more information is needed to provide any sort of assistance. Maybe ask the question again with this additional information or seek the assistance of an attorney licensed to practice law in the State within which your contract was signed or your work was performed (doesn't seem like Florida is correct).

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