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T visas for victims of trafficking

If you or someone you know were brought across the border without documents or with fake documents for the purposes of prostitution/providing sexual services, you may be eligible to apply for special visa for victims of sex trafficking/ slavery.

Each year U.S. government issues 5000 visas for persons:

  • who have been subject to severe trafficking (the use of force, fraud, or coercion for sex trafficking and/or involuntary servitude, peonage, debt bondage,or slavery
  • who are physically present in the US.
  • who the AG and Sec. of DHS agree have complied with a reasonable request by Federal, State, or Local law enforcement authorities to assist in the investigation or prosecution of such trafficking or in the investigation of crimes where acts of trafficking are at least one central reason for the crime
  • who would "suffer extreme hardship involving unsual and severe harm upon removal.
Don't hesitate to contact our office for the first confidential consultation about your case - if you or your friend is now in deportation jail, contact our office for immediate assistance.


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