Help with a Federal Agency
Senator Schatz can help you if you need assistance dealing with a federal agency. A federal agency is an organization that reports to the Executive Branch of the United States Government. If your concern is with a federal agency, we may be able to help. In order for us to contact a federal agency on your behalf, you must first complete and sign a Privacy Release Form and fax or mail it to Senator Schatz’s Honolulu office. To download the Privacy Release Form, click here.
Senator Schatz is committed to ensuring veterans and their families receive the benefits and resources they deserve. If you are experiencing any issues with the Department of Veterans Affairs or the Department of Defense, need military records, or have problems receiving your benefits, our office is here to help.
Social Security and Medicare are essential programs for our seniors. If you are experiencing any issues with receiving your benefits, our office can assist you.
If you are experiencing problems obtaining a passport or visa, or if you have questions regarding immigration laws or the State Department, our office may be able to help.
If you are seeking help in resolving federal tax problems with the Internal Revenue Service that have not been resolved through normal channels, our staff may be able to help.
If you are experiencing problems with the Department of Housing and Urban Development or have questions regarding housing laws and foreclosures, our staff may be able to assist you.
If your concern is with a federal agency, Senator Schatz's casework staff may be able to assist you.