You have provided very few facts, so it is difficult to adequately answer your question, however based on the bare facts, I think you would be wise to contact an employment attorney to discuss this termination to evaluate whether you have a claim.
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If you've not been paid for work you've done, you should call the Department of Labor. And if you feel you've been discriminated against because of your age, gender, nationality, or similar features, you should promptly consult an attorney competent in the area.
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Most employment attorneys offer free consultations for minimum wage / overtime cases. You should make an appointment or at least talk over the phone with an attorney who handles those types of cases.
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