Help for New Yorkers
My office will make every effort to assist you on a broad range of issues, provided that you:
1. Are a New Yorker, and;
2. Need help from a Federal Government agency
If you meet these requirements, make sure you take a look at our casework checklist, then click the button below to get started.
If you are an American citizen in Israel, Gaza, or the West Bank who needs assistance returning to the United States, open a case at the link above. Click here to learn more about requesting travel or consular assistance.
Before sending in a casework request, please make sure that your correspondence has:
- A clear and concise statement describing the situation with which you require assistance.
- Identifying information for your case, such as case/file or loan numbers.
- A completed and signed Privacy Act Release Form, which will be generated when you complete the form below. This gives my staff the authority to share information about your case with the federal agency you want to work with.
My case involves a state or local government agency. Can you help me with that?
Can you help me with a case that involves a lawsuit or litigation?
Senate Ethics Rules prohibit me or my staff from giving legal advice or intervening in proceedings. Assistance in obtaining an attorney is available through the American Bar Association by visiting www.findlegalhelp.org; through the New York State Bar Association by calling 1-800-342-3661 or by visiting www.findalawyerNYS.org; or through the New York City Bar Association by calling 212-626-7373 or by visiting www.nycbar.org/get-legal-help/.
If you cannot afford the services of an attorney, you may visit the website www.lawhelpNY.org to find legal aid programs in your community. You may also wish to visit the website www.NY.freelegalanswers.org to request a lawyer’s free answer to your legal question.