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CLE Training: Immigration Practices for Survivors of Human Trafficking

NYATN members conducted a CLE training on “Immigration Practices for Survivors of Human Trafficking.”  This training reviewed immigration remedies for victims of trafficking, the eligibility requirements for a T Nonimmigrant Visa, and the basics of preparing the T Visa application package, with an emphasis on addressing issues specific to LGBT clients.

Date: Wednesday September 18, 2013
Time: 1:00PM – 4:00PM

Trainers:
Suzanne Tomatore

Director, Immigrant Women & Children Project City Bar Justice Center

Lynly Egyes
Staff Attorney, Sex Workers Project
Urban Justice Center

Ivy Suriyopas
Director, Anti-Trafficking Initiative
Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund

CLE Credits:
Areas of Professional Practice: 3.00

 

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NYATN to speak about trafficking of Asian women in Queens on May Day

Update: Photos of the event…. and news coverage…..

NYATN members Ivy Suriyopas, director of AALDEF‘s Anti-Trafficking Initiative, Lynly Egyes, staff attorney at the Sex Workers Project at Urban Justice Center, and Tauno Bilstead, intensive case manager at Safe Horizon‘s Anti-Trafficking Program, will speak at a forum on trafficking of Asian women in Queens on May Day.  For additional details….

Forum on Trafficking of Asian Women

Queens Pride House

May 1, 7-9 pm

NYATN Member and Sex Workers Project Attorney Lynly Egyes in the News

NYATN member Lynly Egyes, attorney at the Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center, is quoted in the Times Ledger‘s piece, “Panel Hears LGBT Options.” The article states in part: “Depending on their circumstances, LGBT immigrants can also apply for visas if they are victims of a crime, trafficked or have been abused by a parent and cannot return to their home country, Egyes said.”  Read more here.

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