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How May I Help?

How May I Help You?
In addition to being your legislative voice in Washington, I have the important job of helping you access and navigate federal resources. I take this aspect of my job seriously, which is why I have my Chief of Staff at home, in our district, and maintain three offices in the Bronx and Westchester. Please follow the links below for more information.

Federal Agency Help
  Have you hit a brick wall with a federal agency? If you have, my constituent services staff can help. We help hundreds of constituents every year with complicated immigration, Social Security, Medicare, tax issues and more.
Tickets and Tours Our nation’s Capitol is a beautiful city, filled with museums, monuments and government buildings without admission fees. I encourage you to visit, my office can provide tickets to many tours for your visit.
Commendations  & Flags You can request Congressional Commendations or purchase flags, including having flags flown at the Capitol.
Veteran’s Assistance As your Member of Congress, I have consistently supported legislation protecting the rights of veterans and servicemen and women. You deserve no less from us.
Student Resources Information and applications to financial aid for higher education.
Internships My offices in Washington, DC, the Bronx and Westchester offer talented students internship opportunities, both during the school year and summer.
Academy Nominations Application to one of the five United States Military Academy’s require Congressional nomination.
Congressional Art Competition A nationwide high school visual arts competition for high school students, to recognize and encourage artistic talent, conducted annually each spring.
Congressional App Challenge    The Congressional App Challenge is an annual Congressional initiative to encourage student engagement in STEM and, more specifically, computer science.
Federal Grants  Guidance and resources to help eligible grant seekers find information on federal grants, loans, and nonfinancial assistance for projects. This information has been provided by the Congressional
Research Service for Members of Congress, updated July 2019