You should hire a labor/employment attorney. Ask the EEOC for a right to sue letter.
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You are allowed to request for a Right to Sue letter within 180 days of submitting your charge. Since almost all claims are not handled by the government, your best bet would be to find an experienced NELA attorney to handle your claim.
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I would recommend you speak to an employment attorney in your area before seeking the right to sue letter. This will give your attorney more time to review and proceed accordingly. If you would like to discuss, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Morgan & Morgan's employment office is in plantation, Florida.