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"U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) invites interested members of the law enforcement community to participate in a webinar training session on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Eastern) to discuss the various relief options available to victims of human trafficking and other serious crimes.
During this training subject matter experts from the USCIS Vermont Service Center and Office of Policy and Strategy will provide an overview of the T and U visa. In addition, USCIS will highlight the role and responsibilities of law enforcement officials as it pertains to the T and U visa certification process. USCIS officials will be available to answer your questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
To Participate in this Session:
On the day of the training, participants will have the option to connect by web and/or phone, please use the information below to join.
To Connect by web: Go to the online meeting room When prompted, please enter your name and email address to enter the meeting room.
To Join the Session by Phone: 1-888-790-1719Passcode: T U VAWA
Media: Closed Press
We look forward to engaging with you!
Meeting Invite" - USCIS