It's a problem hiding in plain sight: modern day slavery.
The State Department says up to 17,500 people are trafficked into the U.S. every year, usually women and children.
This next story puts a new face on the global crisis. 30 men who say they moved half way around the world for a shot at the American dream, but were tricked into a life of forced labor.
CNN's Sean Callebs reports for part one of our AM original series, "No Way Out? Human Trafficking."