/DOL, What is a NTRS from the DOLHR? ....Letter to sue with or without merited cause. I filed a claim with the EEOC/DOL. The respondent sent me a response. I responded to the responde's responces. Without investigation the DOLHR offered a NTRS, saying
you have a letter to sue. Im not yelling, heres the big question... HAVE I EXHAUSED MY ADMINISTATIVE REMEDIES OR NOT? The agency is offering a NTRS "a letter to sue" before any investigation. Or did the EEOC/DOLHR jump the gun and issue me a letter to sue
too early? Is a NTRS a letter of no causation? I know the respondent gets a summary judement AKA, my case is done, IF I DON'T EXHAUST MY ADMINISTATIVE REMEDIES FIRST. Does EXHAUST ADMINISTATIVE REMEDIES mean a FULL COMPLETE INVESTIGATION must be done by the
agency first? I'm aware I can pull a "letter to sue" online after filing my claim with the federal or state agenies. ....but isnt that a meritless letter to sue subjected to canceling my lawsuit by summary judgement? Defined exhaust adminisremidiees via the
EEOC/DOL agencies? What does NTRS mean, defined? What does these letters stand for? Have I exhausted my ADMINISTATIVE REMEDIES just by fulling with the agencies? Or does the agencies have to do a full investigate, conclude causation and merit to meet the courts
definition of exhausted ADMINISTATIVE REMEDIES so the respondent can NOT obtain a summery judgement to dismiss my lawsuit?