I've have an right to sue letter from the eeoc does my case have merit also what kind of compensation to look forward to its an racial discrimination case
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The right-to-sue letter gives you 90 days to file a lawsuit. Failure to file suit within 90 days closes the door on your discrimination claim. Finally, issuance of the right-to-sue letter means that the EEOC has closed your case.