The Immigrant Child Advocacy Project (ICAP), based in Chicago, IL, works with unaccompanied immigrant minors staying in shelters in the Chicago area. This includes children who have been smuggled to the U.S. through snakeheads.

While the children are often anxious for a life outside of the shelters, once they leave and begin work on the restaurant circuit, they are nonetheless bound by their debt.

Here, ICAP child advocate Jajah Wu discusses how the children's upbringing may at times constrain their abilities to imagine better, freer futures for themselves.
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