Modern Day Slavery | Kangs Immigration and Slavery Offences Defence Solicitors


In an article posted to this site on September 27th 2019 the nature of both the Article 4 European Convention of Human Rights 1950 and the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015 were explained.

Forms Of Modern Slavery | Kangs Immigration Offences Team

  • Forced labour - work or services which people are forced to do against their will under threat of some form of punishment
  • Debt bondage - occurs when people borrow money which they are subsequently unable to repay and are instead required to work by way of repayment of the debt in circumstances where they are exploited in respect of the conditions and terms of such forced employment.
  • Human trafficking/servitude - which involves transporting, recruiting or harbouring people for the purpose of exploitation and which involves the use of violence, threats or coercion.
  • Slavery/child slavery - forced labour or servitude with an additional element of claimed ownership i.e. a slave is a person over whom any or all powers attaching to ownership are attached.
  • Forced and early marriage - when someone is married against their will and cannot leave the marriage.

How Can We Help? | Kangs Slavery and Immigration Offences Defence Solicitors

The law relating to immigration, people trafficking and modern slavery is highly complex and is frequently changing. 

In respect of immigration issues, Kangs Solicitors fields a team with vast experience assisting clients in the pursuit of immigration applications of every nature. 

Our Immigration Team is also regularly instructed to appeal cases at all levels. 

If you find yourself in a position whereby you require immigration advice on any matter then please do not hesitate to contact our team.

Who Can I Contact For Help? | Kangs Immigration Solicitors

Please feel free to contact our Immigration Team through the following who will be happy to speak to you and guide you:

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