FAQ: What should I do if my religious exemption is denied?

Updated: Dec 23, 2021


If this happens you ask to speak with the manager of HR or the Dean of Students, or Principal for learning institutions. Tell them if you deny my exemption then you are in violation of my first Amendment rights which is defined by the first amendment as the practice of religious freedom, which is also protected for redress by title 42 1983 Deprivation of Civil Rights in the proper venue.



The United Nations of Yisrael UNY and partnership with The Kingdom Over Everything Foundation wants you to know that you are not alone and that you have a nation behind you. All for 1 and 1 for all!



Countless people's lives and pursuit of happiness have been disrupted. The ALMIGHTY is all the protection you need. In the meantime we have strategies in place to help you gain the support you need and inform and educate your employer on how they violated your rights and how they can correct their wrong doing.



If your religious exemption letter has been denied please fill out the "Notice of Violation Request" form HERE. After review, we will contact you for further information about your employer and incident. After which we will give you further guidance on how to take action and how we can help you.


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