T Visas: Finding Relief for Victims of Labor and Sex Trafficking

T Visas: Finding Relief for Victims of Labor and Sex Trafficking

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Recording Date 10/30/17
CLE Eligible No
Length 65 min.
Format MP3
SKU POD2017-11a

With the Trump administration’s virtual elimination of prosecutorial discretion and the U visa backlog skyrocketing, T visas have become a hot topic in 2017. In this podcast, our panel of experts will guide practitioners through the new T visa regulations, screening for eligibility, preparing applications, responding to requests for evidence, and setting expectations for processing times and approval rates.

  • New T Visa Regulations from December 2016
  • How to Screen for T Visa Eligibility: Involuntary Servitude, Debt Bondage, Slavery,
  • and Sex Trafficking
  • T Visa Certifications: Are They Recommended Even If They Are Not Required, and What Is the Best Way to Contact Agencies?
  • How to Prepare the T Visa Cover Letter, Victim Declaration, and Supporting Evidence
  • Best Practices for Responding to T Visa Requests for Evidence
  • T Visa Cap, Processing Times, and Approval and Denial Rates


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Helen L. Tarokic (DL), Wilmington, NC
Amy Cheung, Falls Church, VA
Stacie Jonas, Austin, TX