A Manhattan judge has ruled that the federal Immigration Reform and Control Act does not preclude a group of illegal immigrants from pursuing a claim for wages that were allegedly withheld by their employer as part of an alleged money-laundering scheme.

Ruling that federal laws do not conflict with New York state laws protecting undocumented workers, New York state Supreme Court Justice Karla Moskowitz distinguished the present case from recent ones that limited the workers’ legal rights.

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