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The UNTOC Convention classifies human trafficking as an exceptional international crime. UNTOC ratification affects Indonesian immigration legislation. This study explores Immigration's influence in curbing cross-border trafficking at the Indonesian border. What is the relationship between UNTOC and Indonesian immigration law? Why is Indonesia's immigration department crucial to combating cross-border trafficking? This socio-legal qualitative research addresses these two issues. Two national seminars on trafficking persons in Indonesia provide primary data, while immigration legislation, books, and articles provide secondary data. Triangulating and collecting data helps researchers comprehend the phenomenon. The analysis found that certain UNTOC items were included in Indonesian immigration law to broaden its political scope. Immigration plays a crucial role in sharing data and information on perpetrators and victims of the Criminal Act of Trafficking People who will traverse Indonesia's borders. To better handle perpetrators and victims of the Crime of Human Trafficking who cross the Indonesian border, agencies/institutions at the local, national, and inter-state levels should increase data and information exchange.
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