One of my office's most important responsibilities is assisting Nevada residents who need help navigating federal agencies and identifying federal resources. My office can help individuals seeking assistance from the federal government on a variety of matters, including veteran benefits, social security, and citizenship. Below, you'll find a selection of successful casework stories across a variety of issues important to Nevadans.

If you need assistance with a federal agency, please email NVCasework@rosen.senate.gov or call my Las Vegas Office at 702-388-0205 or my Reno Office at 775-337-0110 for immediate assistance.


Immigration

Dee contacted our office because his daughter was stranded in Iquitos, Peru due to Coronavirus shutdowns. Our office contacted the Department of State to arrange for a flight that would bring Cheyenne back to the United States.

The Department of State was able to send a flight to Iquitos to evacuate all American citizens, and on March 26, 2020, Dee's daughter landed in Miami, Florida.


Military & Veterans Affairs

Jason was injured by an IED while serving our country in Iraq. Because of an error in his service record, he was denied a Purple Heart. After 12 years trying to correct his record, Jason reached out to our office. We were able to contact the Army and get his case looked at.

We showed them evidence that Jason had, in fact, been eligible for the Purple Heart. All of his records have since been updated to reflect him being awarded the medal.


Small Businesses, Taxes, and Loans


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