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Legal Information: Federal
Updated: September 18, 2019
Where do I send my T visa application?
According to the Instructions for Form I-914, you can send your T-visa application to:
Vermont Service Center
ATTN: VAWA / T-Visa Unit
75 Lower Welden St.
Saint Albans, Vermont 05479-0001
Again, we strongly suggest that it is your lawyer, not you, sending in your application for all of the reasons mentioned throughout this section. In addition, USCIS cannot communicate with you, the trafficking victim, directly. They will only speak to your legal representative.
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