I see. Thank you for the additional information.
Discrimination in hiring based on national origin/race is prohibited by both state and federal law. Since you have repeatedly fulfilled all qualifications, only to be refusing hiring, discrimination may be involved, but you would normally need to eliminate a legitimate reason for the employer's conduct.
If they state a legitimate reason for failing to hire you, then you would typically need to present evidence that their reason is a pretext for discrimination.
Discrimination claims should typically be filed with the Fair Employment and Housing Commission promptly since there are time limitations for filing a complaint.
It is best to also retain a local employment law attorney to guide you through the process and aid in presenting your strongest case.
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