Success Stories from CA52
Joanne from Clairemont: “Last year, while my father was in the La Jolla VA hospital, we found ourselves in desperate need of an emergency visa for my sister-in-law. My 3 young nephews were extremely close to their grandpa. They had been at the hospital for many days and needed their mom’s support during this very difficult time, but she was not able to cross the border.”
Jouliette from San Carlos: “I have stage 4 cancer and am on chemotherapy. I had a critical situation come up with Social Security when they terminated my Medicare insurance by mistake and without warning. I was shocked and scared. My chemo was delayed. I contacted Congressman Scott Peters’ office thinking it was a long-shot.
Curtis from Scripps Ranch: “I contacted Congressman Scott Peters’ office over one year after being rated by the VA for my disabilities sustained in combat operations in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and requested their help in receiving my monthly benefits as I was experiencing financial hardship upon being released from the US Army.
Laurie from Point Loma: “Congressman Peters’ office was a great help with resolving a tax issue that was outstanding for 2 years. They were able to resolve the problem with the assistance of the tax advocate in a timely manner and in our favor. I can’t thank them enough.”