Immigration Options for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence and Human Trafficking: An Introduction to U and T Visas

View the training via WEBCAST (taped on April 1, 2011) on your device at a place and time convenient to you. You will be emailed access instructions within 1 business day. 

Violence against women and girls is still a cruel global reality. Right now, one out of every three women in the world is a survivor of gender-based violence or abuse. These women and girls need your help! This training covers U visa applications for victims of violent crimes/T visa applications for victims of Human Trafficking (Sex and Labor), client counseling/interviewing skills, and tips on how best to work with survivors of violence.  Participating attorneys must agree to accept at least one pro bono case from Tahirih Justice Center within one year of registering.

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