How Can Zoe Help?

Zoe works hard to help her constituents in a wide-range of issues they may face. As your representative to the U.S. Congress, she is proud to offer assistance in navigating the many hurdles that are all too common in dealing with federal government agencies.

Whether you need help obtaining information on the status of a claim you've filed or are seeking information from the federal government, her office can help facilitate the process and get you the answers that you need.  As a matter of protocol and Congressional courtesy, Zoe cannot assist those who live outside of the 19th Congressional District of California.

If you aren’t sure which congressional district you live in, please click here and follow the instructions.  All you need is your address and Zip Code to determine which congressional district you live in.

Listed below are some of the ways in which Zoe’s office may assist constituents:

Help With A Federal Agency 

Zoe understands that the federal government can be confusing to navigate when you need  help. What can Zoe do to assist you?

      Visiting Washington, D.C.

If you are planning on visiting Washington, you may request  tickets to visit  popular sites, including the U.S. Capitol or White House.

Immigration Concerns

We can make inquiries into your current status with several U.S. federal agencies. 

      Flag Requests

Looking for a special way to commemorate an occasion? Order a flag to be flown over  the U.S. Capitol and sent to you.

Obtaining Government Documents

More and more of the federal government’s public records are being made available online. Learn more.

      Military Academy Nominations

Each year, Zoe has the privilege to nominate students residing in Santa Clara County for  appointment to the United States Military Service Academies. Please click here to learn more.

Federal Grant Information

Federal funding is available for various types of projects. Private foundations also award grants. For information on grants and Federal Domestic Assistance, please click here.

      Congressional Arts Competition

Each spring, the House and Senate sponsor the Congressional Arts Competition for high school students across America. For more information, click here.
Job Center

The job center is designed to help you in your search for a job or career and connect you with community resources. To learn more, please click here.

      Military and Veterans Resources

For Zoe, honoring the service by members of our armed forces, the sacrifices our veterans have made, and ensuring our country's commitment to them is a personal matter of the utmost importance.  By following the link above you will be taken to a list of resources and organizations that provide help and support.  
If you are experiencing difficulties or problems and need Zoe's assistance, please contact her San Jose office to speak with her staff directly at 408-271-8700, or submit a request online

Student Internships

Zoe  offers internships in both her San Jose and Washington, D.C., offices to eligible students.  To  learn more, or to apply, please click here.