U.S. Visas: T-3
A T-3 is a visa reserved for the child of a T-1 visa holder, a victim of severe forms of trafficking in persons.
What Are The Requirements For A T-3 Visa?
To qualify for a T-3 visa, the applicant must prove that he or she is the “child” (i.e. unmarried and under 21 years old) of a T-1 nonimmigrant.
The child of a T-1 visa holder may be included in the initial T-1 visa application or alternatively, they may file a separate T-3 visa application at a later date.
How Long Is The T-3 Visa Valid?
A T-3 visa holder is granted status in the U.S. for the period consistent with that of the primary T-1 visa.