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Apr 11, 2016

ABA Webinar: Protecting Victims of Human Trafficking- An Introduction to the U&T Visa

Jonathan A. Grode

US Practice Director Jonathan Grode will be featured in an ABA webinar on April 12, 2016, discussing current government policies regarding the protection of victims of human trafficking. Participants also will learn how to screen for instances where status protection can be afforded through the U&T visa programs. In addition, management counsel will be introduced to means by which human trafficking, both in the U.S. and in supply chains, can be curtailed through policy and training.

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