The Path to Safety For Victims of Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery

A photo of an immigration solicitor, explaining the path to safety for victims of human trafficking and modern slavery for a client at Axis Solicitor in London.

In a world where the shadows of human trafficking and modern slavery stretch far and wide, the road to recovery and justice can seem daunting. At Axis Solicitors, we support those who have endured the unimaginable. If you have been exploited or abused,  it is important to know that there are avenues available for you to make a claim to the Home Office, acknowledging you as a victim of these heinous acts. This could be your first step towards a brighter future. 

Recognising the Signs of Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Understanding the indicators of trafficking and modern slavery is crucial in recognising if you or someone you know may be a victim, as defined by the law. 

These indicators include, but are not limited to:

  • Being transported to another place for the purpose of work.
  • Misrepresentation of the type of work, leading to forced labor in undesirable conditions.
  • Non-payment for the labor provided.
  • Restrictions on movement and social interactions.
  • Excessively long working hours without adequate breaks.

These signs point to a life that no one should have to endure. Recognising them and taking action may be the first step towards liberation.

Your Rights and Options

Victims of trafficking and modern slavery have rights and options in the UK, including the possibility of being granted leave to remain based on their experiences. A testament to the UK’s commitment to tackling the ongoing issue and protecting human rights while providing a safe haven for victims who have suffered.

How Axis Solicitors Can Help

At Axis Solicitors, our team of expert UK immigration solicitors are experts at in handling cases and representing those who have been exploited in the form of human trafficking and modern slavery. We understand the delicate nature of these situations and offer confidential, compassionate consultations to navigate the legal options available for those who qualify as victims. 

Our services include:

  • Assessment of Your Case: We will discuss your experiences in detail to determine if making a claim on the basis of being a victim of trafficking and modern slavery is the right path for you, or if other categories of application may better suit your circumstances.
  • Flexible Communication: Recognising the diverse needs of our clients, we offer consultations via telephone and video meetings across various platforms, ensuring accessibility and convenience.
  • Expert Legal Representation: Our team is dedicated to providing the best possible legal representation, guiding you through every step of the application process and fighting for your rights.

Contact Us

If you believe you are a victim of trafficking or modern slavery, do not hesitate to reach out. To speak with one of our compassionate and skilled immigration solicitors, please call 0800 0119 798. Alternatively you can use the ‘Contact Us’ forms or the chat widget in the bottom right corner on our website, to arrange a remote video or phone consultation. Your journey to safety and justice starts here.

At Axis Solicitors, we believe in a world where everyone has the right to freedom and safety. Let us help you take the first step towards reclaiming yours.

Share On:

Facebook
LinkedIn
WhatsApp
X
Threads
Telegram
Reddit
Email
Two men hug in celebration, highlighting the availability of UK civil partner visas in 2024.

Can You Get a UK Civil Partner Visa? Requirements for 2024

The UK Civil Partnership Visa offers an immigration route to foreign nationals in a legal relationship with a British citizen or a person settled in ...
Read More →
Residency for Victims of Trafficking and Modern Slavery legal representation, Axis Solicitors.

Residency for Victims of Trafficking and Modern Slavery

Residency for Victims of Trafficking and Modern Slavery Securing Your Rights in the UK as a Victim In early 2023, the United Kingdom introduced revised ...
Read More →