Congresswoman Clarke and Assemblyman Eichenstein Partner to Provide Assistance to Local Residents with Federal Matters

Need help with federal related issues? Assistance is coming to you locally. Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein will be hosting representatives from the office of Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke to assist constituents who need help with federal matters such as passports, green cards, IRS concerns, citizenship and immigration services, and other federal issues. The Congresswoman’s representatives will be available at Assemblyman Eichenstein’s district office, located at 1310 48th Street, every other Wednesday from 10:00 AM until 2:30 PM.

“Navigating federal government bureaucracy can sometimes be confusing and frustrating, and residents often need help and guidance,” said Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein. “That’s why I am glad to team up with Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke in offering free assistance and direction from her experienced and capable staff members who can help our local constituents successfully resolve their issues. I thank Congresswoman Clarke for partnering with me in providing this service.”

“I’m delighted to join Assemblyman Eichenstein in offering this critical service to folks in Brooklyn,” said Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke. “Members of my staff are quite knowledgeable in federal matters such as passports and green cards, and those who need assistance are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity.”

To make an appointment with a representative of Congresswoman Clarke’s office, call the office of Assemblyman Eichenstein at: 718-853-9616 or email: