Is there ever a time when I would not be eligible to receive a "right-to-sue" letter in a case which I have filed?

Yes. The Administrative Rules provide that a right-to-sue will not be issued in any of the following situations:

  • After a finding of "no probable cause" has been made by the Administrative Law Judge.
  • After a conciliation agreement has been reached between the parties.
  • After a notice of public hearing has been served by the Commission.
  • More than two years have passed since a case has been closed administratively.
  • A finding of "not timely filed" or "no jurisdiction" has been made by the Administrative Law Judge.
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