Trinidad and Tobago
The IOM will be of assistance as it:
-Offers expert advice, research, technical cooperation, and operational assistance to states, inter-governmental groups, NGOs and other stakeholders in building national capacities and facilitating national, regional and bi-lateral cooperation on migration
-Supports states and migrants in addressing the challenges of irregular migration
-Undertakes programs to facilitate the voluntary return and re-integration of refugees, displaced persons and other individuals in cooperation with other relevant international organizations as appropriate
The lack of specific legislation to deal with the issue is a reality, and while the crime of trafficking can be addressed under provisions in other legislation, further plans are in place to enact specific legislation based on the model proposed by the IOM.