The T visa is for victims of human trafficking, indentured servitude, debt bondage or labor exploitation. If the individual can show that he or she is a victim and has suffered physical abuse or mental cruelty, and will suffer “extreme hardship involving unusual and severe harm” if deported, the individual and certain family members can obtain T visas.
The T visa is granted for 4 years and after three years, the T visa holder is able to apply for permanent residency.
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