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Emergency Housing Vouchers and Immigration Status Requirements
This webinar was built upon information shared in our previous webinar on the Emergency Housing Voucher (EHV) program. This webinar focused on the eligibility requirements for immigrant survivors of human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence. The presenter also discussed how mixed-status families can utilize the EHV program.
FAQs About the American Rescue Plan’s Emergency Housing Vouchers (EHVs)
This resource provides answers to frequently asked questions about the American Rescue Plan's Emergency Housing Vouchers (EHVs).
CAST’s Reporting Trafficking to Law Enforcement for T Visa Purposes Advisory
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking's guide to reporting trafficking to law enforcement for T visa purposes.
CAST’s Physical Presence Advisory (April 2018)
Physical Presence on Account of Trafficking Advisory breaks down the physical presence eligibility requirement and provides successful strategies in approaching this requirement. Created by Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking.
CAST T Visa Application Checklist (May 2017)
A checklist of important forms, documents, and materails for T Visa applications. Checklist created by the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking.
Strategic Litigation: Forced Labor in For-Profit Immigration Detention Facilities
Freedom Network USA partners with Human Trafficking Legal Center to explore emerging litigation against for-profit immigration detention centers. This webinar will address strategic litigation brought by detainees, placing these cases in the larger context of the anti-trafficking movement and the Thirteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution
Human Trafficking and J-1 Visas for Temporary Workers
The J-1 is a non-immigrant visa for individuals approved for work- and study-based cultural exchange visitor programs. This policy paper discusses the vulnerabilities of individuals who hold this visa to be exploited into trafficking and provides recommendations on reducing the vulnerabilities.
Human Trafficking and H-2 Temporary Worker Visas
H-2 temporary lower-skilled workers are one of the largest groups of temporary foreign workers in the country. While not all temporary workers are trafficked, cases involving lower-skilled H-2 visa workers constitute some of the largest-ever criminal and civil human trafficking cases in U.S. history. This policy paper discusses the vulnerabilities caused by the nature of the H-2 visa and provides recommendations on enforcing labor protections.
Human Trafficking and Immigrant Rights
Immigrant workers are nearly twice as likely as U.S.-born workers to experience employment violations. This policy paper discusses the intersection of human trafficking and immigrant rights.