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If you have questions about USERRA or a possible USERRA claim, please contact the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve at (800) 336-4590 or the Department of Labor at (866) 4-USA-DOL. You may also file a claim on line by completing and submitting the online form.

If you think that being called to active military service has reduced your ability to meet your financial obligations you should contact your nearest Armed Forces Legal Assistance Program office. For more information, please consult a military legal assistance office locator for each branch of the armed forces.

The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) maintains a website where you will find detailed information about overseas voting procedures and materials, including instructions for obtaining and using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), which is a postage-free postcard, printed and distributed by the FVAP for use by absentee voters covered by UOCAVA. The website also provides information about using the Federal Write In Absentee Ballot. To contact the FVAP, use the U.S. toll-free number, (800) 438-8683 or email address, vote@fvap.gov. You can also contact the FVAP at:

Federal Voting Assistance Program
Department of Defense
4800 Mark Center Drive
Mailbox 10
Alexandria, VA 22350-5000

Please note that contacting the Department of Justice is not the same as making a formal complaint. There may be deadlines on how long you have to file a formal complaint. If you wish to file a formal complaint, please follow the contact information above for your specific issue.

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This brochure provides a brief explanation of the civil rights of servicemembers, as well as information about how to learn more or to file a complaint if you believe your rights have been violated.

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