Congressman Eni Faleomavaega

Representing American Samoa
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Veterans Issues

Veterans

As a Vietnam veteran, I believe every veteran living in American Samoa deserves quality health care and VA services.  This is why I fought hard to make sure that the VA approved my request to establish a new clinic in American Samoa.  Only 156 new clinics will be established in the U.S. and one will be located in our Territory.

If you need assistance with other VA matters, including filing a claim, requesting records, etc., please contact me in Washington DC by phone at (202) 225-8577 or by fax at (202) 225-8757.  Please provide me with a brief description of your problem and include your phone number, social security number, any supporting documentation and a signed statement giving me permission to discuss your case with the Veterans Administration.

You may also contact me in American Samoa by phone at (684) 633-1372 or by fax at (684) 633-2680.  You can also reach me by email at faleomavaega@mail.house.gov.

I will make sure your voice is heard and that your case is given fair and expeditious consideration.  For further information about the VA, click here to learn more.

More on Veterans Issues

Sep 19, 2013
Press Release
Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that he is accepting Congressional nomination requests to fill vacancies at four of the five U.S. Service Academies.   There is currently one vacancy at the U.S. Air Force Academy (www.usaf.edu), one vacancy at the U.S. Military Academy (www.usma.edu), one vacancy at the U.S. Naval Academy (www.usna.edu) and one vacancy at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (www.usmma.edu). 
 
Jul 2, 2013
Press Release
Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that in celebration of America’s 237th Independence Day we should all remember the American ideals of independence, freedom, and democracy.
 
“Every Independence Day, Americans celebrate our nation’s heritage and the birth of our great nation through the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776,” Faleomavaega stated.
 
 “Today, America is a diverse nation of citizens who enjoy the freedoms and liberty given to us at the founding of our country and who exemplify our nation’s motto, ‘E Pluribus Unum’,
May 24, 2013
Press Release

Congressman Faleomavaega announced today that in celebration of Memorial Day on Monday, May 27th, 2013, he would like to pay a special tribute to our fallen soldiers from American Samoa as well as our veterans and active-duty military personnel who daily put their lives on the line for our liberty, peace and freedom.