This paper: investigates the links between immigration status and migrants’ vulnerability to forced labour; explores how socio-legal status (specific rights to residence, work and social welfare) impacts on migrants’ risk of forced labour, and; reviews UK immigration policy to assess how far it may reduce or facilitate the use of forced labour.
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