Casework Success Stories

If you need help with veteran’s benefits, Medicare, Social Security benefits, passports, immigration services, the IRS, student loans, mail service or any other issues with federal agencies, Congressman Gil Cisneros's Office is here to help.

For more information on available services, please call (714) 459-4575

 

 
December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

Recently, my office assisted a constituent from Yorba Linda with his permanent residency petition for his wife, who is originally from Canada. They married in 2017, but the petition was delayed due to the change of her maiden name.  After years of delay, the constituent reached out to my office for assistance. After my office submitted an inquiry and provided the relevant documentation to the...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

My office recently assisted a constituent from Chino Hills with obtaining a 180-day extension for his employment authorization document (EAD). His EAD would have expired on February 28, 2019, which would prohibit him from continuing his employment in the United States. His son is currently attending preschool, and his wife’s income alone is insufficient to meet his family’s necessary expenses...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

Recently, my office assisted a constituent from Fullerton with obtaining his employment authorization document (EAD). His EAD was approved in January, but he had yet to receive his EAD after waiting for one month. After my office submitted an inquiry and provided the relevant documentation to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, a new card was produced and delivered to the...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

My office recently assisted a constituent from Chino Hills with expediting his employment authorization document (EAD) application. Because his EAD application had not yet been adjudicated, he was not allowed to begin employment as a software development engineer. His wife was recently terminated from her job, and they did not have any income to meet his family’s large expenses. After my...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

My office assisted a World War II and Korean War Veteran from Fullerton with obtaining his lost discharge papers. The constituent and his family needed new copies of his DD-214 in order to verify his service and set up end of life plans for burial at the National Veterans Cemetery in Riverside. After my office submitted an inquiry and provided the relevant documentation, the National Records...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

My office recently assisted a constituent from Anaheim with obtaining her green card. She filed her application and attended her interview in 2018 but had yet to receive any update since then, and her physical exam was expiring soon. After my office submitted an inquiry to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, she was able to obtain her green card within three weeks.

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

My office recently assisted a constituent from Fullerton with updating her income with the Social Security Administration (SSA). In 2016, the constituent and her husband sold their business and their warehouse, resulting in a large one-time capital gains, leading to an increase of their income in 2017. In 2018, their income was greatly reduced, they were eligible for reduced Medicare payments...

December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

Recently, my office assisted an undocumented student from Fullerton with obtaining her employment authorization document (EAD). Her EAD was lost in the mail and because of the delay, her EAD had expired. After my office submitted an inquiry and provided the relevant documentation to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, a new card was produced and delivered to the constituent...

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December 17, 2019 Casework Success Story

Recently, a constituent from La Habra contacted my office regarding his disability benefits. The constituent stated that he was awarded disability benefits by the Social Security Administration (SSA), but he has yet to receive the award letter or the payment. However, the constituent needed a copy of the award letter to show a source of income to avoid foreclosure of his house in mid-April....

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