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Basics of the T-Visa
Basics of the T-Visa

The T-visa is for immigrants who have been victims of severe human trafficking. Trafficking includes both sex and labor trafficking. Only 5,000 T-visas are issued each year. Basic T-Visa Requirements The requirements for the T-visa are found at INA §101(a)(15)(T). There are ...

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