T Visa

T visas are available to persons who have been subject to severe trafficking – meaning the use of force, fraud or coercion for sex trafficking and/or involuntary servitude or slavery, and who are physically in the U.S. and who the Attorney General and the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security agree have complied with a request by Federal/State/Local Law enforcement authorities to assist in the investigation or prosecution of such trafficking cases. They need to also show that they will suffer extreme hardship upon removal from the U.S.

Applicants file Form I-914 along with 3 passport style photographs, evidence that you have been a trafficking victim, that you are physically present in the U.S., that you have complied with reasonable request for assistance in investigation or prosecution and that you would suffer extreme hardship upon removal from the U.S.