Interstate migrant labors are those labors that have been willfully brought by one state to another state for employment in any establishments. These labors are either approached by the contractor or by the employer indirectly or directly. The condition of the labors in India has never been good and to combat this many laws and rules have come into force which included Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition Act) 1970, Minimum Wages Act 1948. There were no such laws resolving the condition of the migrant labors directly. But with the introduction of Interstate Migrant Workmen’s Act 1979 these flaws have been tried to be combat. Interstate migrant Act provides migrant labors the facilities which are necessary for the workmen coming from different states and requiring certain basic amenities. It is mandatory for every employer to register the establishment. No employer shall employ migrant workmen in the establishment until and unless a certificate of the registration is issued (Section 4 of Interstate Migrant Workmen’s Act 1979). Every employer who is employing interstate migrant workmen should comply with its regulations. These requirements are mentioned in Chapter V, Section 13-19 of Interstate Migrant Workmen’s Act 1979. This includes providing the labors with the travel fare including the return fare, Displacement allowances (which should be 50% of the monthly wages) , and also providing them adequate living facilities and other basic facilities. Introduction of the Interstate migrant act has helped these labors in protecting their rights and has tightened the grip on the employers providing certain laws to comply with.