Form I-914 serves as a self-petition application. The purpose of the Form I-914 is to provide temporary immigration
benefits to aliens who are victims of severe forms of trafficking in persons,
and their immediate family members, as appropriate. Victims of severe forms of trafficking may apply for a T visa by
submitting a complete application package to the Vermont Service Center at USINS,
Vermont Service Center, 75 Lower Weldon Street, St. Albans, VT 05479-0001.
complete application package includes a proper application fee, proper
fingerprint fee (if applicable), complete signature, evidence that supports
your claim of trafficking (as detailed in the instructions on the Form I-914),
three photographs of the applicant, and ensuring that every question on the
application is completed.
fee for the application is a base fee of $200, plus: $50 for each immediate
family member filed concurrently on the same application, to a maximum amount
payable per application of $400; and a $25 fingerprint charge for each
applicant between the ages of 14 and 79 (inclusive). The fingerprint charge will increase to $50 as of February 19,
2002. A fee waiver request can be made
for the Form I-914 and I-914 Supplement A only.
the principal applicant is applying for one or more family members, a Form
I-914 Supplement A must be included for each family member. If the family member is in the United
States, the I-914 Supplement A must be signed by the respective family
member. Each family member requesting
employment authorization must include a Form I-765, Application for Employment
Authorization, as per the instructions on that application. The family member must be in the United
States to request employment authorization.
applicants (this includes both principals and their family members) between the
ages of 14 and 79 (inclusive) must be fingerprinted at an Application Support
Center (ASC) to facilitate a background check.
The applicant will be notified of the proper time and location to appear
for fingerprint processing.
can acquire the Form I-914, I-914 Supplement A, and the law enforcement agency endorsement (Supplement B) from the INS
website at http://www.ins.gov/graphics/formsfee/forms/i-914.htm
or by contacting the INS Eastern Forms Center Forms Request Line at
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