Human trafficking is a big problem. As an attorney who represents victims of sexual assault, I have seen the “sex trade” first hand and know that it is a despicable enterprise. Help stop human trafficking!
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) plays an active role in the protection of victims of human trafficking, who often times are vulnerable people tricked into modern-day slavery and forced against their own will.
Traffickers will often use their victim’s immigration status, or lack-there-of, to threaten victims into submission. Our Los Angeles immigration attorneys are proud that USCIS, together with victim’s cooperation with law enforcement, will ensure that victims of human trafficking are able to apply to receive lawful immigration status so they are able to remain legally in the United States.
I am the victim of human trafficking or another crime. How can I get legal U.S. immigration status?
USCIS grants T and U nonimmigrant status, referred to as T and U visas to certain victims of human trafficking and other crimes. Applying for these visas are free of charge.
T Visas are for victims of human trafficking and…
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