If you need help with a federal agency, my office may be able to help resolve a problem or get you the information you need. While we cannot guarantee you a favorable outcome, we will do our best to help you receive a fair and timely response to your problem. The Privacy Act of 1974 (5 U.S.C. § 552a) requires that Members of Congress, or their staff, have written authorization before they can obtain information about an individual's case.
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If this is an emergency that requires immediate help (an urgent passport request, an ill family member overseas, etc.) or if you would just like to discuss your options without submitting a formal request, you can call my Boston Office at (617) 428-2000 for more immediate assistance.
Please read the following before submitting your request:
- If your issue concerns state or local government, you should contact the appropriate jurisdiction. You can locate your state legislators by clicking here.
- Please keep in mind that the United States Constitution separates power between the legislative and judicial branches of government, and elected officials cannot interfere with legal matters or cases before a court of law. For legal matters, you should speak with an attorney.
Once you submit your request, you will receive an automated email confirming your submission has been received. A member of my team will be in touch with you as quickly as possible to discuss your situation and how we can help.