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As a state official, Gov. Jay Inslee does not have any jurisdiction over the federal agencies handling issues like social security or immigration. Washington's U.S. Senators and Representatives handle federal issues on behalf of Washingtonians every day and are available to assist you.
- To contact Senator Patty Murray or Senator Maria Cantwell or your member of congress.
- Immigration forms may be found on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website.
- Social Security online claims and services may be located on the official website of the United States Social Security Administration.
The Governor does not have jurisdiction over issues decided upon by local elected officials. If you have concerns with such an issue, please contact the office of your local government.
As a state official, Gov. Inslee cannot provide legal assistance or advice, nor does he have the authority to intervene in matters involving the Judicial branch of government. Constituent Services is unable to provide assistance in matters of a legal nature. The Governor has no jurisdiction in most of these matters and cannot get involved because of the separation of powers.
If you have a consumer complaint that you would like to be investigated, please contact the Office of Attorney General.