Petitions Status Tracker
To view a petition status go to: http://www.doleta.gov/tradeact/taa/taa_search_form.cfm
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Booklet and Guide Cards
The following booklets and guide cards will give you a quick synopsis of the four sets of rules administered by the TAA Program. You may download and/or print the applicable Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Booklet/Guide card for review.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance Reauthorization Act of 2015 (TAARA 2015) - Petition Numbers that begin at 85,000 and above
Program Benefits and Services Available Under the Trade Act 2015
TAARA 2015 (Program Benefits and Services Available Under the Trade Act 2015) – Spanish version
Trade Adjustment Assistance Extension Act of 2011 (TAAEA) - Petition Numbers that range between 81,000 to 84,999 AND between 80,000 to 80,999 (Election group)
Program Benefits and Services Available Under the Trade Act 2011
Trade and Globalization Adjustment Assistance Act of 2009 (TGAAA) - Petition Numbers that range between 70,000 to 79,999
Program Benefits and Services Available Under the Trade Act 2009
Trade Adjustment Assistance Reform Act of 2002 (TAARA) - Petition Numbers 69,999 or below AND between 80,000 to 80,999 (Election group)
Program Benefits and Services Available Under the Trade Act 2002
TAA brochure and Pamphlet can be download/print for more information of the Benefits and Services provided through the One-Stop Career Centers.
Trade Acts Matrix Table Comparison of the four sets of rules.
Trade Forms (students)
Below are forms used by vendors, career centers and/or trade participants while in training
Academic Course Outline For all Trade approved academic programs, (Certificate and/or Degree) at any College or University the school must provide the Trade Program with an individual course outline for the client.
Participant Reimbursement Form This form is for participants who request reimbursement for items that are required of all students in order to complete the training program.
Completion TRA Benchmarks Form & Instructions
All participants under the 2011 and 2015 rules are required to have benchmarks showing satisfactory performance and progress for all trainings longer than 3 months. Benchmarks are required as a part of the eligibility to receive up to 13 weeks of Completion TRA cash benefits while in training.
Additional information about the Trade Program can be found at the US Department of Labor website.