National Immigrant Justice Center
208 S. LaSalle St., Suite 1818, Chicago, IL 60604
Anti-Human Trafficking Services
The National Immigrant Justice Center's Counter-Trafficking Project provides comprehensive legal services and coordinates social services for children and adults who have been trafficked into the United States from other countries.
Human trafficking is modern day slavery. Human traffickers force individuals to perform labor, services, or commercial sexual acts against their will.
Counter-Trafficking Project attorneys and paralegals guide trafficking survivors through the process of obtaining T visas, which allow survivors to work lawfully and, after four year, to apply for lawful permanent residence status.
To arrange a consultation with the Counter-Trafficking Project, survivors of trafficking and their supporters may contact NIJC Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at (312) 660-1370.