The documents, obtained Thursday by the Associated Press, show that the two were not authorized to travel or conduct business with the Grammy-winning rapper, whose real name is Clifford Harris.
A reality TV show and book deal were announced shortly after T.I. was released a month early from a sentence for a probation violation.
T.I.'s lawyer argues that there were no business deals made during the luxury bus ride. The lawyer said the deals were already finalized before that.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.