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This article was originally published in Slate on May 26, 2017. You can access the original article here:

In May 2017, the Tahirih Justice Center found that Department of Homeland Security’s new searchable VINE database includes confidential information on survivors of crime. This Slate article discusses the implications of that discovery.

On Thursday, Tahirih’s Chief of Policy and Programs, Archi Pyati, wrote to ICE demanding that survivors’ information be scrubbed from VINE. As she points out, the U.S. sets aside a special group of visas and green cards for victims of trafficking and violent crime.

Read the full article here.