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International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (ITVERP)


Apply for ITVERP Benefits
Begin the application process online, add supporting documentation as you find it, and complete your application when you are ready.

ITVERP is a unique federal program that provides financial reimbursement for qualifying expenses to qualified U.S. citizens and U.S. government employees who suffered direct physical or emotional injury from an act of international terrorism while outside the United States. 

There are three main requirements for this program—

  1. Terrorist Incident Occurred Outside the United States
  2. U.S. Citizenship or Employee of U.S. Government
  3. Expenses Directly Related to the Terrorist Incident

Once you've determined eligibility, and are familiar with the expenses that are covered, review the application process


Please contact an ITVERP case manager at 1–800–363–0441 for assistance with completing your application. ITVERP case managers will answer your questions and assist you with completing all application steps.