There are many ways in which I, as your Member of Congress, can assist you. This list represents some of the more frequent requests made of my office, but please never hesitate in contacting me for any issue that you need assistance with.
Learn more about the Artistic Discovery Contest open to all high school students that live in our Congressional District. You may also fill out an entry form to send to my office.
Birth certificates, marriage certificates, and death certificates are available through the Florida Office of Vital Statistics.
Fill out an online request to have my office officially recognize the outstanding public achievement of a person who lives in our Congressional district.
Advice on avoiding scams and rip-offs, as well as tips on a wide variety of other consumer topics. Learn more about consumer protection.
You may purchase U.S. flag through my office that can be flown over the Capitol.
A list of government websites, offices, courts, etc. in one convenient place.
There are thousands of federal grant programs that your organization might be eligible for and I am often asked about what is available. Learn about the available resources to help eligible grantseekers find information on federal grants, loans, and financial assistance for projects, as well as on private funding.
If you can't get an answer from a federal agency in a timely fashion, or if you feel you have been treated unfairly, my office may be able to help. You can fill out a form authorizing me to communicate with an agency on your behalf.
Information on how to protect your identity from being stolen.
Information on the Internship opportunities available in my offices.
Resources for Florida residents who are seeking employment.
Information and instruction for people seeking nomination to a US Military Academy. You may also fill out a form requesting a military academy nomination.
Please help us find these Florida missing children.
Birthday, wedding and anniversary greetings from the President may be requested through my office.
Learn about the process of locating and applying for financial aid.
Florida is holding huge amounts of unclaimed property. Is some of it yours? Common forms of unclaimed property include savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed dividends or payroll checks, refunds, traveler’s checks, trust distributions, insurance payments or refunds and life insurance policies, annuities, certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility security deposits, mineral royalty payments, and contents of safe deposit boxes.
My staff is happy to assist constituents with obtaining tickets for tours of the U.S. Capitol and other Washington, DC attractions.