One of the most important responsibilities Congressman Larson has as a U.S. Representative is assisting constituents with federal agencies. Larson and his office will work on your behalf as a liaison between you and specific agencies, providing answers and solutions to your questions and concerns. If you would like help with a federal agency, please contact his office to be connected with the appropriate district aide.
Examples of Assistance:
- Social Security & Medicare Benefits: These include issues that affect federal programs for seniors, questions on Social Security Benefits, as well as problems receiving checks and coverage under Social Security Disability.
- Veterans’ Benefits & Military Services Issues: These include addressing concerns from veterans and their family members on issues ranging from VA healthcare benefits, records of service and medals earned along with replacing misplaced medals.
- Immigration, Naturalization, and Citizenship issues: These include providing both information and assisting in securing answers for constituents with concerns in these areas.
In order to comply with the Privacy Act you may be asked to complete and submit a Privacy Release Form to our office. Follow the link on the bottom of the page for a downloadable copy of the form.
Federal Agency Official Websites
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS): Information about USCIS services and benefits and current USCIS laws and regulations. This site also allows you to download or request various USCIS forms.
U.S. Department of State (DoS): Information on obtaining passports, visas and other travel information.
U.S. Department of Labor (DOL): Information on workers compensation programs and forms and reports related to labor in the United States.
Social Security Administration (SSA): Information about various social services and benefits, including Medicare.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS): Information on filing your taxes and obtaining forms from the IRS.
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC): Information for employers and employees on federal laws prohibiting discrimination in the workplace, filing a claim and employer training.
Office of Personnel Management (OPM): Information for current and retired federal employees on benefits, policy insurance and more.