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Please be advised that, you have the option to schedule a telephone interview, an interview by video with an EEOC representative, or an in-person interview at our office.  Individuals who come into the office without an appointment will be screened for appropriate follow-up. Scheduling an interview is strongly recommended and individuals with appointments will be given priority.  

You are encouraged to visit the EEOC Public Portal (https://publicportal.eeoc.gov/) to schedule an intake appointment by telephone, by video or in-person.   The system can also be accessed by going directly to our website at https://www.eeoc.gov/

There are strict deadlines for filing a charge of discrimination, please review the information in the timeliness tab or call 1-800-669-4000. 

For individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, you can reach EEOC by videophone at 1-844-234-5122. If you have a disability which prevents you from accessing the Public Portal or you otherwise have difficulty with accessing the portal, please call 1-800-669-4000. 

For information on temporary office closures due to inclement weather or other issues, see our Operating Status page. 

 

New York District Office

Location

33 Whitehall Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10004
United States

ASL Video Phone
Director
Yaw Gyebi, Jr.
Regional Attorney
Jeffrey Burstein
Office Hours

Individuals wishing to file a charge of discrimination are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment through the online Public Portal system.  To schedule an appointment, use the online system at https://publicportal.eeoc.gov/portal/ or access the system via www.eeoc.gov. Appointments will be scheduled Monday through Friday in slots starting at 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm. We have a limited number of walk-in slots available on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for individuals who arrive between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. (noon).  Individuals with appointments are given priority, and we may not be able to interview people who do not have an appointment. Interviews conducted at our location will be done by video using EEOC office equipment.  All other individuals who walk in will be asked to make an appointment. Everyone visiting our office must pass through building security and must show a valid government issued photo ID (such as a driver’s license). Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment, to get through security. If you arrive more than fifteen minutes late to your appointment, you will be considered a Walk-in, and we may not be able to see you that day. Our reception area is located on the 11th floor.