How much does it cost to apply for a T visa? Can I get a fee waiver?
The basic application forms for victims of trafficking, which are called Form I-914, and Form I-914 Supplements A or B, are free. However, there are some significant fees for both trafficking victims and their family members who will be applying as derivatives. The biggest fees are:
- $930 fee for the form required to overcome the general barriers to getting status (“grounds of inadmissibility”); and
- $410 fee for each family member (derivative) applicant who wants work authorization.1
Note: These costs are accurate as of September 1, 2019.
Since USCIS sometimes changes its fees and forms, make sure that you and your lawyer double check that you have the latest information and are using the latest forms.
It’s possible that you can get a fee waiver so you don’t have to pay the fees. Whether USCIS will grant a fee waiver depends on the family’s economic circumstances. If USCIS decides not to waive the fee, they will deny the case unless the fee is paid in a short period of time.