Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition

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PICC organizes and co-sponsors many events including lobby days, public actions, educational trainings, citizenship days and member meetings. Below are upcoming and recent PICC and PICC member organization events.

Community Navigator Training – Doylestown, Bucks County

PICC, Immigrant Rights Action of Doylestown, Welcoming the Stranger

Community Navigators are community members who receive specialized training to provide quality immigration services for their communities in an empowering and effective way. The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC) will be hosting a training in Bucks County to give community leaders the skills and knowledge to assist their peers in accessing resources and understanding their rights in Pennsylvania.

Register Here: http://bit.ly/CN-Bucks-2019

 Salem United Church of Christ, 186 East Court Street, Doylestown, PA 18901

Free Citizenship Fair! Participants will be able to get a free consultation with an attorney, learn about the application process, and get information on local citizenship classes.

Register today: 717-219-7678 or 717-200-1120

 318 S. Duke St., Lancaster PA 17602

Sunrise is building an army of young people to fight the climate crisis and create the future our generation and our communities deserve. Family detention is not part of our vision for the future. Join us as we stand in solidarity with the detained families and lead the way to #ShutDownBerks.

More info and RSVP!

 

 1040 Berks Road Leesport, PA 19533

Committee Vote: Pass the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights!

Pennsylvania Domestic Workers Alliance

Domestic workers get to work every single day in our city, caring for families and bringing order to our homes. They have been organizing and advocating for more than a year for the Philly Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.

More info, and RSVP!

 Philadelphia City Hall, NE Corner Entrance

Come to this session to learn about the citizenship application process, and whether you are eligible to apply this year. This information session will be followed by a legal clinic on Nov. 2 where eligible residents will be able to get assistance in completing their application.

 SHIM Center, 41 Macek Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15227

Community Navigators are community members who receive specialized training to provide quality immigration services for their communities in an empowering and effective way. The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition (PICC) will be hosting a training in Lewisburg, Central PA to give community leaders the skills and knowledge to assist their peers in accessing resources and understanding their rights in Pennsylvania.

REGISTER HERE: http://bit.ly/CN-Lewisburg-2019

 East Buffalo Township Building, 859 Fairground Road, Lewisburg, PA 17837

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Monday, October 28th 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Tuesday, October 29th 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Wednesday, October 30th 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Thursday, October 31st 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Friday, November 1st 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103
Join the Aquinas Center at this monthly legal clinic to get FREE assistance with your citizenship application.
Call 267-469-0813 or email legal@aquinascenterphilly.org for an appointment. www.aquinascenterphilly.org
 1700 Fernon Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145

Every week, PICC and our volunteers register to vote hundreds of New Americans at their citizenship ceremonies in Philadelphia. Before every election, we the people we register to make sure they have the information they need to vote for the first time! Help us mobilize New Americans to the polls this year by volunteering at one or more of our GOTV phone banks.

The phone banks will take place from 5:30-8:30 PM at our office on 2100 Arch St, Philadelphia on the following dates:

Monday, November 4th 

Anyone interested can sign up directly for one or all dates using our volunteer sign up. We will have food available. No prior phone bank experienced required as we will be training volunteers at the beginning of each shift. Volunteers should bring a laptop if they have one.

Please contact Prudence Powell at prudencepowell@paimmigrant.org  if you have any question

 2100 Arch Street Philadelphia PA 19103

VietLead is currently working on exploring different forms of relief for our community members – in particular, seeking governor pardons or various forms of post-conviction relief. We are trying to figure out a way to protect our community for the long term.

Governor Pardon Training – Thursday, October 10th from 6-7:30pm at FACTS charter school
Post-conviction Relief Training – Thursday, November 7th from 6-7:30pm at FACTS charter school

The intent of the trainings is for us to understand the systems in place, and how to help our community members navigate the systems; understand what they are eligible for; and parse out any incorrect information. We are learning with you!
Join us for training by the Sheller Center

Please register for one or both events at https://tinyurl.com/VietleadPCR

 Facts Charter School, 1025 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19123

CITIZENSHIP Class Orientation – Philadelphia

Philadelphia Citizenship Action Network

Sign up for FREE citizenship classes in Philadelphia! Attend the mandatory info session to register. Please bring a copy of your Green Card to the Info Session.

To apply you must:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Be able to read, write, and speak English
  • Have a Green Card
  • Live in Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware, or Chester counties
  • Have a clean criminal record

For more information call Mary Clark, 215-832-0912

 New World Association, 9857 Bustleton Ave., Philadelphia PA 19115

Sign up for our calls today! These calls give youth ages 13-25 the opportunity to learn about important topics, connect with peers and organize activities to promote immigrant and refugee rights.

Youth Calls take place the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 7:30-8:30 PM.

Mark your calendars for the next 4 months.

  • November 13, 2019
  • December 11, 2019
  • January 8, 2020
  • February 12, 2020

Topics and training themes are chosen by our youth membership. Upcoming trainings will discuss: Organizing 101, Facilitating groups, Best Practices for Recruitment, Creating Youth Led Spaces, Civic Engagement and Voter Registration, Fundraising, Education Justice, etc.  We will also invite special guest to present.

Calls are open to PICC Youth Members. If you are not a member of PICC, take a few minutes to apply for our Youth Membership here. Memberships are available for  middle school & high school students ages 13-17 yrs old ($10 per year), college & young professionals, 18-25 yrs old ($15 per year), membership scholarships are also an option, please ask if you need one.  We review our memberships every month.

 online (must register)

Sign up for our calls today! These calls give youth ages 13-25 the opportunity to learn about important topics, connect with peers and organize activities to promote immigrant and refugee rights.

Youth Calls take place the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 7:30-8:30 PM.

Mark your calendars for the next 2 months.

  • January 8, 2020
  • February 12, 2020

Topics and training themes are chosen by our youth membership. Upcoming trainings will discuss: Organizing 101, Facilitating groups, Best Practices for Recruitment, Creating Youth Led Spaces, Civic Engagement and Voter Registration, Fundraising, Education Justice, etc.  We will also invite special guest to present.

Calls are open to PICC Youth Members. If you are not a member of PICC, take a few minutes to apply for our Youth Membership here. Memberships are available for  middle school & high school students ages 13-17 yrs old ($10 per year), college & young professionals, 18-25 yrs old ($15 per year), membership scholarships are also an option, please ask if you need one.  We review our memberships every month.

 online (must register)

Sign up for our calls today! These calls give youth ages 13-25 the opportunity to learn about important topics, connect with peers and organize activities to promote immigrant and refugee rights.

Youth Calls take place the 2nd Wednesday of every month from 7:30-8:30 PM.

Mark your calendars for January 8, 2020 and February 12, 2020 calls

Topics and training themes are chosen by our youth membership. Upcoming trainings will discuss: Organizing 101, Facilitating groups, Best Practices for Recruitment, Creating Youth Led Spaces, Civic Engagement and Voter Registration, Fundraising, Education Justice, etc.  We will also invite special guest to present.

Calls are open to PICC Youth Members. If you are not a member of PICC, take a few minutes to apply for our Youth Membership here. Memberships are available for  middle school & high school students ages 13-17 yrs old ($10 per year), college & young professionals, 18-25 yrs old ($15 per year), membership scholarships are also an option, please ask if you need one.  We review our memberships every month.

 online (must register)