I-914, Application for T Nonimmigrant Status
Use this form to request temporary immigration benefits if you are a victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons, also known as human trafficking.
12/02/21. Starting Jan. 1, 2023, we will only accept the 12/02/21 edition. Until then, you can use the 04/15/19 edition. You can find the edition date at the bottom of the page on the form and instructions.
Dates are listed in mm/dd/yy format.
Send your complete application package by mail to:
Vermont Service Center
38 River Rd.
Essex Junction, VT 05479-0001
As required by federal regulations, all applications filed with USCIS must be properly completed, submitted, and executed in accordance with the applicable form instructions. See 8 CFR 103.2(a)(1); 8 CFR 103.2(b)(1).
Properly completed forms help ensure that we can verify the identity and eligibility of applicants, and will help reduce the need for us to issue Requests for Evidence because information is missing on applications.
Don’t forget to sign your form. We will reject and return any unsigned form.
Biometrics services may be required at no cost to you.
Please do not submit this checklist with your Form I-914. It is an optional tool to use as you prepare your form, but does not replace statutory, regulatory, and form instruction requirements. We recommend that you review these requirements before completing and submitting your form. Do not send original documents unless specifically requested in the form instructions or applicable regulations.
If you submit any documents (copies or original documents, if requested) in a foreign language, you must include a full English translation along with a certification from the translator verifying that the translation is complete and accurate, and that they are competent to translate from the foreign language to English.
Did you provide the following?
- A personal statement;
- Evidence you are or have been a victim of a severe form of trafficking in persons;
- Evidence you are physically present in the United States, American Samoa, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, or at a port of entry, as a result of trafficking. This includes physical presence based on your having been allowed entry into the United States to participate in investigative or judicial processes associated with an act or a perpetrator of trafficking;
- Evidence you have complied with any reasonable request for assistance in a federal, state, or local law enforcement investigation or prosecution of acts of trafficking, unless you were under 18 years of age at the time of victimization, or you are unable to cooperate with a request due to physical or psychological trauma;
- Evidence you would suffer extreme hardship involving unusual and severe harm upon removal;
- If you are inadmissible, an application for a waiver of inadmissibility on Form I-192, with appropriate fee or request for a fee waiver;
- Credible documentation of the claimed relationship if you are filing Form I-914 Supplement A for an eligible family member;
- If you are filing for your parent, unmarried siblings under 18 years of age, or an adult or minor child of your derivative who faces a present danger of retaliation based on your escape from the severe form of trafficking in persons or cooperation with law enforcement, you should include the following:
- A description of the danger the family member faces and how the danger is linked to your escape or cooperation with law enforcement;
- Documentation of a previous grant of advance parole to a family member (if applicable); and
- Any other credible evidence describing the danger of retaliation, including a signed statement from a law enforcement official, trial transcripts, court documents, police reports, news articles, copies of reimbursement forms for travel to and from court, and affidavits from other individuals; and
- If your eligible family member is inadmissible, an application for a waiver of inadmissibility on Form I-192, with appropriate fee or request for a fee waiver.