Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition

Past Events / Events

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.

Join this interfaith event calling for the immediate release of families being held at the Berks Family Detention Center and an end to the inhumane practice of family detention. It is time to #ShutDownBerks!

For more information:

 Berks County Residential Center 1040 Berks Road Leesport, PA 19533

Mobile Guatemalan Consulate – CANCELLED

Casa San Jose (PICC Member)

All Guatemalan Mobile Consulates have been temporarily suspended. New dates coming soon. Visit the Guatemalan Consulate Website.

 Allegheny County Department of Human Services, 1 Smithfield Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Join activists from around the state who are working to stop all anti-immigrant legislation in PA and to pass pro-immigrant policies at the municipal and state levels.

Registration is required to receive video link and call-in info.

 Register online

Join community members, activists, and allies as we visit legislators and demand they support immigrant and refugee communities in PA.

Register today!


Join us May 7-8, 2017 for the second Statewide Immigrant and Refugee Rights Convening in Harrisburg! Sunday will be a full day of workshops and networking, and Monday will include PICC’s annual Advocacy Day. Register Today!

 Hilton Harrisburg, One North Second St., Harrisburg PA 17101

May Day! Un Dia Sin Inmigrantes

PICC Members & Partners

On May 1st, immigrant rights and worker rights organizations across the state will be joining forces to show the power of our communities. Join an event near you!

Allentown: May 1 Stand with Immigrants and Against Raids in Allentown. 10am, 7th & Hamilton. Coordinated by Make the Road PA and POWER Northeast
Carlisle: Stand in Solidarity with Immigrants in Carlisle, PA. 12pm, Corner of Hanover and High St. Coordinated by Carlisle Rising
Greensburg: May Day Immigration Rally. 3pm, Westmoreland County Courthouse (RSVP online). Coordinated by Voice of Westmoreland
Harrisburg: May Day Action. 3pm, State Capitol. Coordinated by Make the Road PA and CASA
Kennett Square: Marcha y Celebración del Primero de Mayo! 10am, Anson B. Nixon Park. Coordinated by CATA
Lancaster: Lancaster Welcomes: A Celebration of Immigrants & Refugees. 6:30pm, Penn Square. Coordinated by Church World Service – Lancaster and Lancaster Stands Up
Philadelphia: Un Dia Sin Immigrant, Black & Brown Bodies. 12pm, City Hall. Coordinated by Juntos
Phoenixville: March for Un Dia Sin Inmigrantes. 12pm, Reeves Park. Coordinated by Cosecha Phoenixville
Pittsburgh: Marcha por los Derechos de los Inmigrantes – Mayday March! 3pm, South Water and Hot Metal St. Coordinated by Casa San Jose and LCLAA Pittsburgh
Reading: May 1 Stand with Immigrants in Reading against 287g and Raids. 10am, 501 Washington St, Reading. Coordinated by Make the Road PA
Warrington: A Day Without Immigrants Candlelight Vigil, 7:30pm, 2040 Street Road. Coordinated by BuxMont UU Fellowship, Peace and Justice Committee
** If you want your May Day event listed, please email with info.

Join immigrant communities and allies for this bi-weekly call to share strategies to push back against anti-immigrant legislation in Pennsylvania.

Register today!

2017 GRIP Immigration Summit

Greater Reading Immigration Project (PICC Member)

This Annual Immigration Summit is an opportunity to learn more about the issues facing many families in our local community. This year’s program will include: Panel discussions will include: immigration legislation; myth-busters; and how current immigration policies are affecting our local schools, families, and businesses. The conference is $25, and all proceeds go toward the GRIP scholarship fund for undocumented students.

Register Today!

 460 Saint Bernardine St, Reading, PA 19607-1737

All About Immigration Services Fraud Training

Friends of Farmworkers, INC (PICC Member)

This training will provide service providers with an in-depth training on immigration services fraud, which is a type of consumer fraud. Participants will learn about who is authorized to provide immigration services, common immigration scams, red flags to watch out for, and remedies and resources available for victims. Learn how to protect your community! Sign up for this training today!

Questions? Contact Judy at or at 215-832-0615.


 PICC Building, 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia