|Federal Agency Casework Assistance|
Our office is able to help constituents with problems you may be having with a federal agency. Our office has four caseworkers who operate out of our district office. While we cannot force an agency to act in your favor, we can frequently intervene to facilitate the processes involved and gain a fair hearing for your case, and sometimes advocate for a favorable outcome.
We are often able to help constituents with problems regarding, but not limited to:
Helpful Steps For A Favorable Outcome
First fill out our casework assistance request & privacy release form. This form generates the paperwork required before we act on your behalf. Important note: The Privacy Act of 1974 requires that we have written authorization before we can obtain information about your case. By law, we must have a completed Privacy Release Form before we can assist you.
Next, please call our district office at (612) 522-1212 to speak with a caseworker, to schedule an appointment, or if you have any preliminary questions. You can also e-mail the appropriate caseworker directly.
Please know: House rules require that individuals residing outside of the 5th Congressional District be referred to the Member of Congress who represents them. To verify your congressional district, search the Member of Congress directory by ZIP code at http://www.house.gov.