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- A proof of your identity.
This proof of identity has to contain sufficient information to allow the consumer reporting agency to match you with your file.
b. It can include:
i. Consumer file match:
1. Full name
2. Previously used names
3. Current or cent full address;
4. Full SSN; and/or
ii. Government IDs;
iii. Utility bills.
- A copy of your most recent credit report.
a. You can request your Free Annual Credit Report HERE!
b. If you are unable to request your free credit report before the clinic, we may be help you with it during the Clinic.
- An approved Victim Determination Documentation.
You need a determination that you were a victim of trafficking made by:
i. A federal, state, or tribal government entity;
ii. A non-governmental organization or members of a human trafficking task force, including victim service providers affiliated with the organization or task force, authorized by a Federal, State, or Tribal governmental entity to make such a determination; or
iii. A court of competent jurisdiction.
b. A signed statement by you attesting that you are a victim of trafficking if such statement or an accompanying document is signed or certified by a representative of an entity described above.
c. The following types of documents will likely be accepted:
i. Certification letters issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS);
ii. Child eligibility letters issued by HHS;
iii. Documentation of continued presence issued by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS);
iv. A T-Visa;
v. A U-Visas with a Form I-918 Supplemental B filled out indicating that the I individual experienced trafficking;
vi. Criminal human trafficking prosecution court records in which you have been identified as a victim of trafficking;
vii. Civil suit decisions involving human trafficking in which the survivor is identified as a victim of trafficking;
viii. Restitution orders that provide a victim with compensation after a criminal conviction for human trafficking;
ix. Documents issued by State government agencies affirming an individual is a victim of trafficking;
x. Law enforcement affidavit or other documented statement/attestation from a government entity; or
xi. Documented statement/attestation from a non-governmental organization, service provider, or human trafficking task force member that has been authorized by a government entity to make this determination.
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