My landlord denied my ESA letter. What can I do?

You may want to try to work it out with them first, explaining your right to have your ESA live with you. If they still refuse to accept your letter, we recommend you have the building put your denial in writing so you can have your local HUD office look into this with you. 

For more information on housing rights, please check out the Department of Housing and Urban Development rules and regulations as of January 28, 2020:

For further assistance, please contact us using the form below and include the original email address used to purchase your ESA documents.

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