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Monday, January 05, 2009

Sen.-Elect Tom Udall Opens Three Offices to Serve New Mexicans

TUdallConstituent services are important for every member of Congress and U.S. Senator-Elect Tom Udall is wasting no time to establish offices in New Mexico to serve the people. Udall announced today that he's opened three offices in New Mexico to assist his constituents. Udall’s New Mexico offices — located in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Las Cruces — are, for the time being, located in the same space as the offices of retired Senator Pete Domenici.

Udall’s staff will use these offices to help New Mexicans with concerns related to the federal government and to link the Senator to communities across the state.

“My doors are open, and I want every New Mexican to be able to walk into my offices to get the help they need with any problems related to the federal government,” said Udall. “My staff is actively reaching out to communities across the state to help me effectively represent every New Mexican.”

Udall also announced that his Washington, D.C. office is open and operational as the 111th Congress convenes tomorrow, January 6, 2009. Udall will be assigned a permanent Washington, D.C. Senate office space this spring. See below for the locations and contact info for all of Sen.-Elect Udall's offices:

Senator-elect Tom Udall’s Offices:

Washington, D.C. B40D Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
202.224.6621 (office)
202.228.3261 (fax)

Albuquerque 201 3rd Street, NW Suite 710
Albuquerque, NM 87102
505.346.6791 (office)
505.346.6720 (fax)

Las Cruces 505 South Main, Suite 118
Loretto Town Center
Las Cruces, NM 88001
505.526.5475 (office)
505.523.6589 (fax)

Santa Fe 120 South Federal Place
Suite 302
Santa Fe, NM 87501
505.988.6511 (office)
505.988.6514 (fax)

Some of the areas Udall’s State Offices can assist with include:

Veterans: Problems with veterans' benefits, eligibility determinations, VA home loans, and replacements of medals earned.

Social Security: Social Security benefits and eligibility or missing checks.

Housing: Problems arising with housing vouchers, federal loan programs and HUD.

Immigration: Naturalization applications, immigrant petitions for relatives, and adjustment of status applications that are delayed or lost.

Passports: Emergency passport applications, lost passports and overseas travel restrictions.

January 5, 2009 at 03:42 PM in 2008 NM Senate Race, Government, NM Congressional Delegation | Permalink


Senator Udall,
Congratulations! We look forward to working with you. Thank you for supporting Quality New Mexico and the Baldrige National Quality Program.
Julia Gabaldon
Quality New Mexico

Posted by: Julia Gabaldon | Jan 12, 2009 8:34:15 AM