You can always contact Congresswoman Pelosi's office at (415) 556-4862 for assistance with a federal agency. However, you may be able to resolve concerns on your own with the answers to several of the most frequently asked questions.
Caseworkers work to address a problems or concerns an individual has with a federal government agency. Examples include problems receiving Social Security, disability or difficulties with visa applications. Although Members of Congress cannot guarantee a particular outcome, if you live in California's 12th Congressional District, Congresswoman Pelosi's office will work to help you receive a fair and timely response to your problem. If you are not sure which district you live in, please visit www.house.gov. You can enter your address and zip code to determine your Congressional Representative.
Congresswoman Pelosi's office cannot help you if your problem is not with a federal agency. Due to the Constitutional separation of powers between the three branches of government, judicial matters (matters which involve the courts) do not fall under Congresswoman Pelosi's jurisdiction as a U.S. Representative.
Further, problems which involve California State agencies are not under Congresswoman Pelosi's jurisdiction as a U.S. Representative. State and local issues are handled by your elected state and local representatives. You can find their contact information by visiting www.statelocalgov.net/state-ca.cfm or www.sfgov.org.
Please fill out the Privacy Authorization Release Form so that Congresswoman Pelosi's staff can assist you in the following federal issue areas:
Federal agencies often provide information and materials that can solve your problem online. Please consult the website for the appropriate agency before contacting Congresswoman Pelosi's district staff for assistance. If you do not have internet access, the San Francisco Public Library offers free internet services. Please contact the San Francisco Public Library at (415) 557-4400 for more details.