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[Title]
TIPS FOR REPRESENTING VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING
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Like victims of
        a) domestic violence,
        
1) trafficking victims endure varying
        a) types and
        b) degrees of harm.

As a result

1) they often suffer from
        a) post-traumatic stress disorder
                i) (PTSD),
        b) depression,
        c) anxiety,
        d) panic attacks,
        e) memory loss,
        f) personality and dissociative disorder.

Many trafficking victims also display signs of
        a) traumatic bonding or
        b) Stockholm syndrome
                i) in which they
                        A) bond with their exploiters and
                        B) sometimes view them
                                I) as their protector.

bond  (bŏnd)
n.
1. Something, such as a fetter, cord, or band, that binds, ties, or fastens things together.
2. often bonds Confinement in prison; captivity.
3. A uniting force or tie; a link: the familial bond.
4. A binding agreement; a covenant.
5. A duty, promise, or other obligation by which one is bound.
6.
a. A substance or agent that causes two or more objects or parts to cohere.
b. The union or cohesion brought about by such a substance or agent.
7. A chemical bond.
8. A systematically overlapping or alternating arrangement of bricks or stones in a wall, designed to increase strength and stability.
9. A written obligation requiring the payment of a sum at a certain time.
10. A debt security obligating a government or corporation to pay a specified amount on a future date, especially a marketable security that makes semiannual interest payments.
11.
a. A guarantee issued by a surety agency on behalf of a client, requiring the surety to pay a sum of money to a third party in the event the client fails to fulfill certain obligations; a surety bond.
b. A sum pledged as a guarantee.
12. A sum paid as a guarantee of a person's appearance at court for trial; bail: set bond at $100,000; released the prisoner on a $10,000 bond.
13. The condition of being held under the guarantee of a customs bond: imported merchandise stored in bond.
14. An insurance contract that indemnifies an employer for loss resulting from a fraudulent or dishonest act by an employee; a fidelity bond.
15. Bond paper.
v. bond·ed, bond·ing, bonds
v.tr.
1. To join securely, as with glue or cement.
2. To join (two or more individuals) in a relationship, as by shared belief or experience: An interest in banking reform bonded the two political opponents.
3.
a. To finance by issuing bonds: Two projects have already been bonded.
b. To raise by issuing bonds: The city bonded $900,000 for the new park.
4. To gain the release of (someone who has been arrested) by providing a bail bond: bonded his cousin out of jail.
5. To issue a surety bond or a fidelity bond for.
6. To lay (bricks or stones) in an overlapping or alternating pattern.
v.intr.
1. To cohere with a bond.
2. To form a close personal relationship.
3. To secure release from prison by providing a bail bond: The accused bonded out of jail.
[Middle English, variant of band, from Old Norse; see bhendh- in Indo-European roots.]
bond′a·bil′i·ty n.
bond′a·ble adj.
bond′er n.
bond (bɒnd)
n
1. something that binds, fastens, or holds together, such as a chain or rope
2. (often plural) something that brings or holds people together; tie: a bond of friendship.
3. (plural) something that restrains or imprisons; captivity or imprisonment
4. something that governs behaviour; obligation; duty
5. a written or spoken agreement, esp a promise: marriage bond.
6. adhesive quality or strength
7. (Banking & Finance) finance a certificate of debt issued in order to raise funds. It carries a fixed rate of interest and is repayable with or without security at a specified future date
8. (Law) law a written acknowledgment of an obligation to pay a sum or to perform a contract
9. (Insurance) insurance US and Canadian a policy guaranteeing payment of a stated sum to an employer in compensation for financial losses incurred through illegal or unauthorized acts of an employee
10. (Building) any of various arrangements of bricks or stones in a wall in which they overlap so as to provide strength
11. (Chemistry) See chemical bond
12. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) See bond paper
13. (Commerce) in bond commerce deposited in a bonded warehouse
vb (mainly tr)
14. (also intr) to hold or be held together, as by a rope or an adhesive; bind; connect
15. (Aeronautics) aeronautics to join (metallic parts of an aircraft) together such that they are electrically interconnected
16. (Commerce) to put or hold (goods) in bond
17. (Law) law to place under bond
18. (Banking & Finance) finance to issue bonds on; mortgage
19. (Building) to arrange (bricks, etc) in a bond
[C13: from Old Norse band; see band2]



This can make it difficult
        a) to get the information
                i) you need to build the case.

You will have to work to build a relationship of trust with them.

While clients will have to recount the details of their situation,

1) work to mitigate the effects
        a) of recounting the traumatic events.

That may mean
        a) asking the client
                i) to write the statement down or
        b) having multiple meetings
                i) to get the information.

Be cognizant of
        a) not just your client’s need
                i) for mental health services
                ii) such as
                        A) counseling or
                        B) medical care
        b) but also their material needs
                i) such as
                        A) food,
                        B) shelter,
                        C) clothing,
                ii) especially if children are involved.

Figuring out
        a) what resources are available
                i) in your community

1) is vital.

Keep a list of organizations
        a) you can refer your client to
                i) for help and

1) have some contacts
        a) you can call
        b) when a client needs emergency services
                i) such as protection, shelter, food, and medical care.

Getting a trafficking victim
        a) set up with a social worker or
        b) advocate
                i) who can help them
                        A) with their needs
                ii) outside of the immigration case

1) will help you and the client
        a) focus on building a strong case.

There are many national resources
        a) for screening and helping trafficking victims.26

T VISA LABOR TRAFFICKING

Labor trafficking is
        a) the recruitment,
        b) harboring,
        c) transporting,
        d) providing, or
        e) obtaining
                i) of people
                ii) for
                        A) forced or
                        B) coerced
                                I) labor.

Under federal law,

coercion is defined as:

        1.        i) Force,
                ii) threats of force,
                iii) physical restraints or
                iv) threats of physical restraint
                        A) to
                                I) that person or
                                II) another person;
        2.         i) serious harm or
                ii) threats of serious harm
                        A) to
                                I) that person or
                                II) another person;
        3.         i) the abuse or
                ii) threatened abuse
                        A) of
                                I) law or
                                II) legal process; or
        4.         i) any scheme,
                ii) plan, or
                iii) pattern
                        A) intended to cause the person
                                I) to believe that
                                        (a) failure to perform an act would result in
                                                (i) serious harm to or
                                                (ii) physical restraint against
                                                        (A) that person or
                                                        (B) another person.

        a) Violations of
                i) wage payment laws,
                ii) health and safety standards, and
        b) criminal acts
                i) such as
                        A) physical and
                        B) sexual
                                I) assault and
                        C) false imprisonment

1) often accompany labor trafficking.

Labor trafficking can occur
        a) in any industry,
        b) in any part of the US.

However,

some of the more common industries
        a) where labor trafficking occurs

1) are:

        a.ƒ Agriculture
        b.ƒ Domestic Labor
        c.ƒ Landscaping
ƒ        d. Forestry
        e.ƒ Day labor site
ƒ        f. Garment factories
        g.ƒ Manufacturing
        h.ƒ Warehousing
        i.ƒ Nail Salons
        j.ƒ Meat/seafood
        k.ƒ Processing
        l.ƒ Mining
        m.ƒ Construction
ƒ        n. Tourism
ƒ        o. Canning
        p.ƒ Door-to-door sales
        r.ƒ Restaurants and bars
ƒ        s. Entertainment
ƒ        t. Disaster cleanup
ƒ        u. Fishing industry



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26 See www.polarisproject.org; ww r /w.nycou ts.gov/ip womeninthecourts/pdfs/LMHT.pdf; www.vera.org/sites/
default/files/resources/downloads/human-trafficking-identification oo -and-user-guidelines.pdf;         www.traff cking -t l i resourcecenter.org.

























RESOURCES

AILA

Several previous
        a) articles and
        b) recordings
                i) for AILA

1) cover
        a) some issues
                i) mentioned in this article in more detail, as well as
        b) travel and processing abroad,
        c) effective U visa waivers, and
        d) working with ICE and EOIR:

Immigration Practice Pointers,

Camacho, Pendleton & Phillips,
        a) “Advanced U Visa Issues,”
        b) Immigration Practice Pointers, p. 667 (AILA 2013-14 Ed.)
                i) (recording available at http://agora.aila.org/product/detail/2068)
                ii) (article available at http://ailadownloads. org/agora/pubs/IPP2014/TOC-IPP2014.pdf.

Khakoo, Krooth & Pendleton,
        a) “Advanced Issues In T and U Visas,”
        b) AILA webinar (Dec. 11, 2012),
                i) available at http://immigrantcrime.com/PDF/Advanced-Issues-in-T-and-U- Visas.pdf.

ASISTA

Readers may also wish to review the materials
        a) on the ASISTA website,27
        b) which is free to all,
        b) especially the documents
                i) in the U visa section
                        A) of the “Clearinghouse.”

These include
        a) relevant government memoranda,
        b) advocacy pieces,
        c) practice pointers and
        d) notes from regular meetings with USCIS,
        e) unpublished AAO decisions,
        f) samples and articles
                i) on best practices.





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