In June, the U.S. Supreme Court gave New York public employees the right to choose whether to pay union dues.

Public employees deserve the facts that will help them make an informed decision and exercise their new rights. To learn more about how the Janus v. AFSCME decision affects you, click here.

Want to exercise your right to stop paying dues? Use this form. A letter will be sent to your employer, and a copy will be emailed to you. (You can preview the letter here.)


Your Information

Employer Information

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CSEA requires your CSEA membership ID, home address and personal phone number to complete the opt-out process. If you don't know your CSEA ID, you can look it up here:

By typing my initials, I affirm that I am the person named above. I understand that exercising my Janus rights will mean I will no longer be a member of the union and won't receive certain union services. I consent to sending the letter linked above to my employer and, if necessary, to the union.

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Congratulations on exercising your Janus rights!

Thanks for using the website. The letter that will cease your union membership is below and will be sent to your employer and union shortly.

This is a new process and not all employers have finalized how to handle them. If you would like to help us ensure that your request is processed as quickly as possible, feel free to print and submit a copy to your employer’s payroll office and to the union that represents your position.

If you have a copy of your union dues authorization card handy, we’d love to see a copy of it. You can send a photo or scan of it to

Do you know other people who want to exercise their Janus rights? Let them know how.

Download PDF Letter