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Thousands of Overseas Foreign Workers Exploited in Qatar

ABOUT THE CASE

Two U.S. Law Firms Will Represent Filipino Migrant Workers Exploited in Qatar While They Helped Build Infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.

Thousands of Overseas Foreign Workers from the Philippines were recruited by employment agencies to travel to Qatar to help build stadiums and other infrastructure for the FIFA World Cup. Many of these workers were unfairly exploited by the employment agencies and their direct and indirect employers in Qatar. They may have been denied permission to leave the country, had their passports confiscated, and/or paid high fees to secure their jobs. U.S. federal law allows these workers to sue employers who benefitted unfairly and unjustly from these inhuman labor practices.

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If You Worked in Qatar from 2012 to the Present on World Cup Projects as an Overseas Foreign Worker You May Be Eligible to Join this Lawsuit.

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Dozens of Filipino workers who helped build stadiums that hosted the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar filed a lawsuit on Thursday claiming US construction firm Jacobs Solutions Inc subjected them to dangerous and inhumane conditions.
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A group of Filipino workers filed suit against Jacobs Solutions, which oversaw construction of 2022 World Cup stadiums
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Isang grupo ng mga manggagawang Pilipino ang naghain ng demanda laban sa Jacobs Solutions, na syang namahala sa konstruksyon ng mga estadyum ng World Cup 2022 sa Qatar.