If you are having trouble solving a problem with a federal agency on your own, I may be able to assist you. While I can't ask the agency to do anything which they are unable to do under law or regulations, I can make sure that all of your rights are respected and that errors in procedure are corrected.

If your situation is an emergency (an urgent passport request, an ill family member overseas etc.) please contact my District office for immediate assistance.

Important Passport Request Update:

Due to unprecedented mail and passport application volume, as well as other COVID-19 impacts on the United States Postal Service operations, the U.S. Department of State currently recommends applying or renewing for US Passports at least six months before planned travel.

Routine service processing times can take up to 18 weeks from the day an application is submitted to the day a new passport is received. Expedite service processing time (for an additional $60) can take up to 10 weeks from the day an application is submitted to the day a new passport is received.

Rep. Price is continuing to assist constituents; however, please be advised the Department is processing and prioritizing applications within the posted timeframe, and in the order that passport applications are received.

Please visit for the latest updates on Passport Operations.

PLEASE NOTE: For issues with the IRS, USCIS, and ICE, you must print and fill out an agency specific form (copied below) and fax or mail it to my office. Please do not submit the digital form.

Please read the following before submitting your request:


  • Because of the Constitutional separation of powers between the three branches of government, judicial matters (matters which involve courts) do not fall under my jurisdiction as a U.S. Representative. Examples of judicial matters include: child custody, divorce, and criminal trials or imprisonment. In these cases, you should contact an attorney


Please print the Constituent Assistance form and fax it to our office when complete at (919) 859-5998.

Please note: While a caseworker is available to obtain information regarding the status of a constituent's application or claim, this office has no authority to expedite a person's application ahead of others. Caseworkers can assist constituents by providing information about the process for applying for a government benefit or service. A Congressional office, however, cannot file the claim and does not have the authority to instruct a federal agency to approve or deny an application.

The following is a list of some of the federal agencies that I can help with:

  • Education Department

  • FCC - Federal Communications Commission

  • Housing and Urban Development

  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

  • Internal Revenue Service

  • Department of Labor

  • Medicare

  • Military

  • Office of Personnel Management

  • Passport Service

  • Postal Service

  • Social Security Administration

  • State Department - Visas

  • Veterans Administration