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How much does it cost to apply for a T-visa?
Here is a list of the possible forms that a person may need to file and the costs (if any) of each.
- There is no application fee for Form I-914 or Form I-914 Supplements A or B.
- There is no biometric (fingerprint) fee.
- There is a $410 fee for Form I-765, Employment Authorization Document (EAD), plus an $85 biometric services fee, for each family member for whom you are seeking derivative T-visa status. It is possible to waive this fee upon a showing of financial hardship.
- There is a $930 fee for Form I-192 (to waive grounds of inadmissibility). The fee may be waived upon a showing of financial hardship.1
Note: These costs are accurate as of May 2019.
1 USCIS website - Forms
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