If you’re an undocumented worker, you may think that you cannot do anything about discrimination or harassment on the job. If coworkers make jokes at your expense, if you face sexual harassment and advances from a boss or if you are discriminated against in any other way, it’s natural to assume that you just have to accept it due to your status. The truth, though, is that American workers’ rights extend to all workers. Your status does not matter. How you came to the United States does not matter. These are questions for immigration authorities. On the job, you still have all of the rights and protections that any other worker enjoys, and so discrimination and harassment are illegal on a federal level.