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FEDERAL AGENCY HELP

Providing Pennsylvania residents with great constituent service is one of Senator Toomey's highest priorities. If you are a resident of Pennsylvania, and you are experiencing problems with any federal agency, or need help cutting government red tape, we may be able to assist in resolving the matter on your behalf.

STEP 1

CAN WE HELP YOU

We need to determine if our office will be able to assist with your problem. As a federal legislator, Senator Toomey has no authority to intervene in matters that fall under the jurisdiction of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or local municipalities. We cannot intervene or influence the outcome of cases under the jurisdiction of ANY court - local, state or federal and we cannot intervene in matters for anyone who resides outside of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. If your matter involves a federal agency, we can help.

STEP 2

WHAT DO WE NEED FROM YOU

The Privacy Act of 1974 requires that Senator Toomey have your written consent before he can contact a federal agency on your behalf. We will need your written consent to contact the agency for help. You will use one of the privacy forms below, depending on the assistance you require. It is also very helpful for us to have additional documents that relate to your issue, such as agency letters, notices of payments due or claim denials, as well as a concise description of the problem you have and the outcome you seek. 

For most matters you will use this privacy form:

For immigration matters you will use this privacy form:

STEP 3

WHERE DO I SEND THE FORMS

PLEASE NOTE: If your inquiry involves the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service you must use a different Privacy Release Form. USCIS will not accept any other version. The completed paperwork can be sent to my office through email, fax or mail.

Fax: 202-228-2727

Mail:
Senator Pat Toomey 
1150 S Cedar Crest Blvd,
Suite 101,
Allentown PA 18103