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Congressman Pete Sessions

Representing the 32nd District of Texas

Presidential Greetings

Our office can submit requests to the White House only on the behalf of our constituents in the 32nd District of Texas.

Please email the required information, as listed below, to 

For those outside of our district, please reach out to your Congressional representative to receive more information on submitting a request. If you do not know your Representative, you can search for it here: You can also send the request by mail at the address below, but note that mailed requests require added time due to the large amounts of mail and security screening measures.


The White House

ATTN: Greetings Office

1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW

Washington, DC 20502-0039


Their office takes at least 6 to 8 weeks to process and send requests. For your awareness, they plan greetings to arrive the day of or the day before the event, assuming it was submitted at least 6 weeks before. Anniversary greetings are extended only to those couples who are celebrating their 50th and subsequent wedding anniversary.


A limited number of special occasions other than birthdays and anniversaries exist for which the Greetings Office will send appropriate recognition to United States citizens. These occasions include important events such as:

• Wedding

• Baby's Birth

• Graduation

• Retirement (cannot be for a Military Retirement)

• Eagle Scout Award

• Girl Scout Gold Award

• Religious Milestone, such as Bar/Bat Mitzvah or equivalent occasion



*Please include the following information in your request:


-Name and home address of honoree(s)

-Form of address (Mr., Ms., Mrs., Dr., Miss, etc.)

-Exact date of occasion (month, day, year)

-Age (birthdays) or number of years of marriage

-Your (the requestor's) name and daytime phone number

-Wedding (Include couple's married names and current or new address)

-Baby's Birth (Include baby's date of birth and full names and address of baby and parents)


*As a final note, you can choose to draft the greeting, or allow the office to write it.