Human trafficking requires moving foreigners across national borders or at least involves some form of travel or transportation.
A person cannot be considered a trafficking victim unless there is evidence of physical violence or kidnapping.
Victims of human trafficking will always immediately identify themselves as victims to potential rescuers and are desperate to escape.
Human Trafficking consists of exploitation of an individual’s human rights. This can be done in many forms including: forcing victims into prostitution, slavery and misleading them into debt bondage.