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This article aims to identify the foreigners’ rights recognized by national and international law, which should be assured in Brazil regardless of foreigners’ documental situation. Taken approach adopt individuals as the subject of national and international rights and, looking forward to show a coherent path of normative institutes, it will design a brief survey about international treaties and Brazilian domestic law that protects foreigners’ rights, specially of non-documented people, within constitutional limits and Brazilian jurisprudence. The main purpose of this paper is to enlighten the non-documented foreign workers’ rights in Brazil. Therefore, it will be demonstrated that, despite of some protection assured by international law, the Brazilian domestic law is insufficient to protect the basic human rights of non-documented foreign workers and its families.