Monday, November 24, 2008

Few T Visas made Available

In the seven full years that the federal government's T visa program has been under way to help foreign women exploited in sweatshops or sold as sex slaves in America, only 1,094 trafficking victims have obtained the visas available to those willing to help prosecute traffickers, according to a newspaper report. For the full story, click here.


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The T Visa program is a total joke. Parole them in to allow them to testify (if necessary) then return them to their home countries. But don't give them legal residence for Christ's sake!

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Nov 25, 2008 4:02:33 PM

Do you have an argument for that position, Thomas? If so, you might try to at least sketch it. It not, maybe you should start your own blog and give your content-free anti-immigration rants there. I'm sure many people would enjoy that.

Posted by: Matt Lister | Nov 25, 2008 7:32:36 PM

I am a reporter at The Kansas City Star researching conditions aboard JPATS deportation flights and looking into whether HT victims are sometimes deported instead of provided with victim services. Anyone who can help please call me at 816-234-4423. Thanks, Mike McGraw

Posted by: Mike McGraw | Mar 10, 2009 12:41:02 PM

A good site with excellent articles. thank you for providing such a great resource.

Posted by: immigration | Oct 20, 2009 11:24:31 AM

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