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Discrimination

Federal and state anti-discrimination laws prohibit discrimination based on certain protected classes, including race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age (if 40 or over), pregnancy or childbirth, and physical and mental disability, serious medical condition, and spousal affiliation. The New Mexico Human Rights Act protects people from discrimination in employment, places of public accommodation, housing, and in applications for consumer credit.


Filing a Complaint

If you feel you have been discriminated against based on the any of the protected classes listed above, the first step is to complete the intake form by clicking the link below. We will then ask you to schedule a call with an investigator. The investigator will help you file a formal Charge of Discrimination, if appropriate. To be valid, your Charge must be filed within 300 days of the most recent act of alleged discrimination. Please do not submit more than one inquiry.

If you are represented by an attorney, please do not submit an intake form. Instead, your attorney should submit a formal Charge of Discrimination on your behalf—an EEOC Form 5 if you want your claims dual-filed, or a Human Rights Bureau Charge if you are only filing under the New Mexico Human Rights Act. Your attorney can contact us to send them a blank Charge form.

If you have any questions, please contact the Human Rights Bureau.
Phone: (505) 827-6838
Toll-free in New Mexico: 1-800-566-9471
Email: Human.RightsInfo@state.nm.us

1596 Pacheco St., Suite 103
Santa Fe, NM 87505

A Civil Rights Investigator will review your complaint and contact you.You need not submit more than one complaint or inquiry.

 The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions is committed to making all information on this website accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. If you have problems accessing a page on this site, please email nmdws.communication@state.nm.us.


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