Help with a Federal Agency
Dealing with large federal government agencies can be confusing and frustrating. If you are a New Jersey resident and have questions about government programs, need help with a benefit application you have submitted, or have a problem, Bob’s dedicated staff of constituent service representatives stand ready to help in any way we can. If we are unable to directly intervene on your case or answer your question, we will do our best to put you in touch with someone who can.
- Because of increased security in the U.S. Capitol, mail service to our Washington, DC Senate office is significantly delayed. If you have an issue that is time sensitive, please call one of our offices.
- If you’d like to share your comments and concerns with Bob on a specific policy or priority, please visit our contact page and send your message to Bob.
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How can we help you?
If you are experiencing difficulty obtaining a visa or passport, or have questions regarding how you can apply for legal status we can help. **If you need assistance with immigration matters, please filll out the proper form:
If you are having issues with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), our office can help you. While Senator Menendez cannot directly stop foreclosure proceedings or intervene in pending legal action, our office can direct you to information and resources to help avoid foreclosure.
New Jerseyans owe a great debt to our men and women who have served in the military. If you are a veteran and are experiencing difficulty with your claim or appeal with the Department of Veterans Affairs, our office may be able to help you.
If you are seeking help with tax problems that have not been resolved through normal channels, our office may be able to help.
Our office can help you with issues involving the Social Security Administration or Medicare.
If you are seeking help obtaining affordable healthcare for you and your family, our office can direct you to information and resources to help.
Please go to this section and fill out the form if you are seeking assistance with an agency that does not fall under the categories of immigration; veterans services; Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid; housing; healthcare or IRS/tax issues.