InterExchange is a proud supporter of The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign and the global fight to end human trafficking.
Everyone has a role to play in combating human trafficking and you can help by recognizing potential indicators and reporting suspected cases of human trafficking.
Be aware of the definitions and warning signs of human trafficking.
Human Trafficking Is Defined as the…
|Act of|| ||... a person for labor, services, or commercial sex acts|
|by Means of|| |
|for the Purpose of|| ||... OR any conventional sex act involving a minor|
Warning Signs of Human Trafficking:
- The person does not have access to their travel documents or identification papers (which restricts the individual’s freedom of movement and opportunity)
- The person’s wages are being withheld
- The person is being paid a wage that is less than what was promised
- The person is threatened by an employer with deportation or arrest
- The person is coached on what to say to law enforcement or other officials (including the U.S. Department of State or their J-1 Visa sponsor)
Working & Living Conditions
- The person is doing a different job than expected
- The person is deprived of satisfactory living conditions
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