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Note: You may download a copy of these instructions along with the official form at the bottom of the page.
A. You (the Complainant) may request a letter of right-to-sue from the Commission if:
If the above conditions are met, you have a right to file a lawsuit in state district court within ninety (90) days of the issue date of the letter of right-to-sue.
B. You will have to provide your own attorney or other representatives in pursuing this matter.
C. When the Commission issues a right-to-sue letter, the Commission will take no further action, and it will administratively close your case. There is no opportunity for you to reopen your case after a right-to-sue is issued by the Commission.
D. All requests for letters of right-to-sue must be in writing, dated and have the CP# and EEOC# (if applicable) on the request. (A form is attached for your convenience). If legal counsel represents you, please indicate the name and address on the bottom of your request so a copy of your right-to-sue may be forwarded.
E. Request should be mailed or faxed to:Iowa Civil Rights Commission