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Abstract

This Article brings forth some general reflections on domestic work and the feminization of migration, with particular emphasis on the complex interrelation of immigration status, gender, class, and race that takes place in this context. In light of these reflections, the Article concludes by recommending the promulgation of additional national and international regulatory schemes designed to protect the human rights of domestic workers.

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