Posted by: BPSOS | February 12, 2009

Key Briefs & Reports: More Encouraging Signs in Daewoosa Case

daewoosa-woundsA Daewoosa worker displays wounds suffered on November 28, 2000, when employees were attacked by factory security guards armed with PVC pipes.

February 12, 2009: In a further step forward in a long-running BPSOS campaign, US immigration authorities recently sent information requests to the human trafficking victims in the Daewoosa case. Daewoosa, as noted previously here, was the largest human trafficking case ever prosecuted by the US government, and one in which BPSOS played a pivotal role.

The significance of the recent action by immigration authorities is that, after many years of waiting in the US, the victims are moving along the path to permanent residency, and from there, it can be reasonably hoped, citizenship.

You can read more about the background and current situation of the Daewoosa workers in this post and link to the related Houston Chronicle article.


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