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Article R316-1 of the Code of Entry and Residency of Non-Nationals and Law of Asylum

Friday 29 August 2014

Non-national victims of procuration or trafficking in human beings have the right to be informed by the police of the possibility of temporary residence, and of their rights to shelter and legal rights such as legal aid. They must also be informed of the thirty day reflection period to which they are entitled, and all of the foregoing must be given in a language which the victim understands.

A copy of the law (in French only) is available below.

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