Constituent Services

 

My office is available to assist you in a number of ways. Please choose from one of the categories below for further information.

 

Constituent Assistance: Help with Federal Agencies
Sometimes it can be difficult to understand the complicated regulations of our federal agencies. Click here to find out how Congressman Price may be able to assist you.

 

Contacting Congressman Price's Office:
Helpful tools for contacting Congressman Price, one of his offices, or his staff.

 

U.S. Service Academy Nominations:
High school students in the 6th District may request a nomination to a service academy from Congressman Price. Click here to learn more about the nomination process.

 

Photo Gallery:
A collection of photos of Congressman Price, Georgia, and Congress will give you an up-close and personal view of life with Congressman Price.

 

Links:
A collection of links compiled by Congressman Price to provide quick and easy access to Congressional related tools and services.

 

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
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Accessibility:
Congressman Price's website offers several features designed to improve accessibility for users with disabilities. To learn more about these features click the link above.

 

More of your questions answered:

 

How do I apply for Social Security and Medicare?

 

For eligibility and general information on applying for Social Security and Medicare and how to locate your nearest office, please visit the Social Security Administration's website or call (800) 772-1213.

 

If your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

How do I become a naturalized U.S. citizen?

 

The Immigration and Naturalization Service has put together a special naturalization section on their website to help answer most of your questions. Simply go to http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm to find eligibility information, an extensive downloadable "Naturalization Guide", and the "N-400" application, which is used to apply for naturalization.

 

These documents will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

This information is considered to be a general guideline for naturalization. For more information or if your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

How do I find any available federal grants?

 

For detailed information on hundreds of grants, loans and other forms of assistance available through various federal agencies, please visit the Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance. The Catalog is searchable by keyword or by various indexes for your convenience.

 

These are considered general guidelines regarding the availability of federal grants. If your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

How do I obtain a passport?

 

You can apply for a passport at any passport acceptance facility. These include many post offices and county and municipal offices. There is no need for you to travel to a passport agency, unless you have an urgent need for departure.  The closest passport agency is in Atlanta, located at 230 Peachtree Street NW.

Application material you will need:

 

  • Application Form DS-11 - These are available at the acceptance facility, or at www.travel.state.gov
  • *Present Proof of U.S. Citizenship - This can include an original birth certificate if you were born in the United States, a Certificate of Birth Abroad, or a Certificate of Naturalization.
  • One passport Photograph (2” x 2”)
  • Two Pieces of Identification
    **Pay Appropriate Fees - $110 if 16 years or older, $80 if under 16. Additional information is available from the State Department's Passport Services Section. Plus a $25 execution fee payable to the acceptance facility.

 

 

*If you do not have these original documents, you can still obtain a passport, but more information will be needed. Please contact my office if this applies to you.

 

 

**Passports usually take 4 to 6 weeks, however, if you have an urgent need of departure, you can pay an extra $60 to have your passport expedited and have your passport within 2-3 weeks.

 

 

These are considered general guidelines to obtain a U.S. Passport. If your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

I need financial aid to attend college

 

Your first step should be to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can get this application by visiting the U.S. Department of Education's website, or calling the Department of Education at 1-800-4FEDAID. You may also want to contact the Financial Aid offices of any school that you're looking to enroll in. Many of their offices will be able to assist you.

 

These are considered general guidelines regarding student financial aid. If your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

I need to obtain tax forms from the IRS

 

You can call the IRS' toll-free forms request line at: 1-800-829-3676, or download them through their website at www.irs.treas.gov. Many U.S. Post Offices and community libraries have them available also.

 

These documents will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

These are considered general guidelines to obtain IRS forms. For more information or if your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

What services are available for a small business?

 

For information on starting your own business, small business loans or how to find the nearest Small Business Development Center, please visit the Small Business Administration's website.

 

These are considered general guidelines regarding assistance for small businesses. For more information or if your particular problem or question was not addressed and you need additional assistance, please contact my office.

 

 

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