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PETITION FILING INSTRUCTIONS

TAA petitions must be properly completed and filed with the appropriate state and federal offices. Online filing is preferred as it ensures all fields are appropriately filled out, automatically notifies the state and federal offices, and ensures information is readable. Click on the links below to file online or download copies of the English and Spanish versions of the "Petition for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)."

Petition Fax / Mailing Addresses:

U.S. Department of Labor,
Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance
200 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room N-5428
Washington, DC 20210
Phone - 202-693-3560 or 1-888-DOL-OTAA (1-888-365-6822)
Fax - 202-693-3584, 3585
E-mail: taa.petition@dol.gov

For information on how to fill out each section of the form, please see Detailed Petition Instructions. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to us by phone or email.

Is your petition pending?

Want to know what benefits and services are available to you while your petition is pending? Please visit the mySkills myFuture or My Next Move pages.

Are You Currently Covered by a TAA Petition?

Want to know what benefits are available to you? Learn about benefits and services by petition number, or visit your local American Job Center to find out how to apply for individual benefits and services your petition is certified.

Benefits

The benefits potentially available under the current 2015 program can be found here: 2015 Amendment Benefits

Previous program benefit information can be found by Petition Number on the right. You can see what petition numbers mean here: What does my petition number mean?

A comparison of benefits and services can be found here: Comparison of Benefits and Services by Petition Number

Denied?

Go to Understand the Process to learn about your appeal rights.

Success Stories

Updated: October 03, 2018