The Nationality and Borders Bill includes damaging proposals which will impact all child victims of trafficking, including those subject to immigration control. The government’s stated intention is to improve support for child victims, but this is incompatible with their plans as set out. 

This briefing focuses on concerns about immigration decision-making for child victims of trafficking and modern slavery in the context of the proposals to legislate, for the first time, the specific entitlement to immigration leave for confirmed victims of modern slavery – perhaps the only measure that has a place in this Bill.

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