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.

Trained and confidential Community Navigators are available to: provide initial screening for immigration relief. An appointment with an immigration attorney will follow; Answer questions and provide information regarding your rights; Assist with completion of a Family Preparedness Plan in case of Emergency; Create and distribute Casa de la Cultura Membership Identification Cards. If you are unavailable in the evening, call 717-339-6783
to schedule a daytime appointment.

Promotores comunitarios confidenciales y capacitados son disponibles para: proveer preselección para alivio migratorio. Una cita con un abogado seguirá; Responder preguntas y proveer información sobre sus derechos; Asistir en completar un Plan de Preparación Familiar en Caso de Emergencia; Crear y distribuir tarjetas de membresía de identificación de Casa de la Cultura.  Si no está disponible por la noche, llame al 717-339-6783 para programar una cita de día.

 Glatfelter Hall, Room 007, Gettysburg College

Free Citizenship Clinic / Clinica de ciudadania gratuita – Philadelphia

Ceiba & Esperanza Legal Services (PICC Members)

Call us to reserve a place at our upcoming citizenship eligibility screening session where our accredited representatives, attorneys, and trained volunteers will screen you for US citizenship. To be eligible to attend, you must: be over 18 years old, have basic english skills (or be eligibile for a language waiver), have a green card for at least 5 years (or 3 years if married to an American citizen). Please bring your green card. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. This session is screening ONLY. Appointments for the application assistance clinic will be given at the screening. Call 215-324-0746 to reserve your place.

Llámenos para reservar un lugar en nuestra próxima sesión de selección de elegibilidad para la ciudadanía en la que nuestros representantes acreditados, abogados y voluntarios capacitados lo seleccionarán para obtener la ciudadanía estadounidense. Para ser elegible para asistir, debe: tener más de 18 años, tener conocimientos básicos de inglés (o ser elegible para una exención de idioma), tener una tarjeta de residencia durante al menos 5 años (o 3 años si está casado con un ciudadano estadounidense). Por favor traiga su tarjeta verde de residencia. El espacio es limitado. Las solicitudes se aceptarán por orden de llegada. Esta sesión se selecciona SOLAMENTE. Las citas para la clínica de asistencia de solicitud se darán en la proyección. Llame al 215-324-0746 para reservar su lugar.

 Esperanza College, 4261 N. 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140

Trained and confidential Community Navigators are available to: provide initial screening for immigration relief. An appointment with an immigration attorney will follow; Answer questions and provide information regarding your rights; Assist with completion of a Family Preparedness Plan in case of Emergency; Create and distribute Casa de la Cultura Membership Identification Cards. If you are unavailable in the evening, call 717-339-6783
to schedule a daytime appointment.

Promotores comunitarios confidenciales y capacitados son disponibles para: proveer preselección para alivio migratorio. Una cita con un abogado seguirá; Responder preguntas y proveer información sobre sus derechos; Asistir en completar un Plan de Preparación Familiar en Caso de Emergencia; Crear y distribuir tarjetas de membresía de identificación de Casa de la Cultura.  Si no está disponible por la noche, llame al 717-339-6783 para programar una cita de día.

 Glatfelter Hall, Room 007, Gettysburg College

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

This week’s topic: update on the status of the various Muslim and refugee bans

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

 Video - registration required

Trained and confidential Community Navigators are available to: provide initial screening for immigration relief. An appointment with an immigration attorney will follow; Answer questions and provide information regarding your rights; Assist with completion of a Family Preparedness Plan in case of Emergency; Create and distribute Casa de la Cultura Membership Identification Cards. If you are unavailable in the evening, call 717-339-6783
to schedule a daytime appointment.

Promotores comunitarios confidenciales y capacitados son disponibles para: proveer preselección para alivio migratorio. Una cita con un abogado seguirá; Responder preguntas y proveer información sobre sus derechos; Asistir en completar un Plan de Preparación Familiar en Caso de Emergencia; Crear y distribuir tarjetas de membresía de identificación de Casa de la Cultura.  Si no está disponible por la noche, llame al 717-339-6783 para programar una cita de día.

 Glatfelter Hall, Room 007, Gettysburg College

Clínica de Inmigración / Immigration Screening Clinic – Upper Darby

Centro de Apoyo Comunitario & Friends of Farmworkers (PICC Members)

Taller informativo de paquetes de defensa contra la deportación. Información sobre renocación de ITINs. Información sobre otros alivios migratorios como visa T, visa U, y estatus de protección temporal (TPS), residencia permanente, y ciudadanía.

Sabe si califica para estos u otros alivios migratorios? Ha sido víctima de un crimen o de abuso domestico? Asista a esta clínica de Inmigración para saber si califica.

para más información llame a Centro de Apoyo Comunitario, 610-713-5954.

This session is targeted for the Spanish Speaking community, but no one will be turned away because of language.

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Informative workshop on deportation defense package. Information about renewing ITINs. Information about other migratory reliefs such as T visa, U visa, and temporary protection status (TPS), permanent residence, and citizenship.

Do you know if you qualify for these or other forms of immigratory relief? Have you been the victim of a crime or domestic abuse? Attend this Immigration clinic to find out if you qualify.

For more information call the Community Support Center, 610-713-5954.

 Upper Darby Welcome Center, 7000 Walnut St, Upper Darby, PA 19082

From November 27-December 9, PICC will be hosting an in-person training series for Community Navigators. Navigators will receive specialized training to provide quality immigration services for their communities in an empowering and effective ways. The schedule is below- please see the registration page for locations and more details. Interpretation and childcare will be available. Please register by Nov. 20th and contact Alicia at aliciaquebral@paimmigrant.org with any questions.

  • 11/27: Orientation for Community Navigators
  • 11/28: Overview of Immigration Law
  • 12/2: Eligibility Screening & Citizenship
  • 12/6: Presentation & Training Skills
  • 12/9: Know Your Rights & Deportation Defense

Free Citizenship Clinic/clínica de ciudadanía gratuita – Philadelphia

Ceiba & Esperanza Legal Services (PICC Members)

Call us to reserve a place at our upcoming citizenship eligibility screening session where our accredited representatives, attorneys, and trained volunteers will screen you for US citizenship. To be eligible to attend, you must: be over 18 years old, have basic english skills (or be eligibile for a language waiver), have a green card for at least 5 years (or 3 years if married to an American citizen). Please bring your green card. Space is limited. Applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. This session is screening ONLY. Appointments for the application assistance clinic will be given at the screening. Call 215-324-0746 to reserve your place.

Llámenos para reservar un lugar en nuestra próxima sesión de selección de elegibilidad para la ciudadanía en la que nuestros representantes acreditados, abogados y voluntarios capacitados lo seleccionarán para obtener la ciudadanía estadounidense. Para ser elegible para asistir, debe: tener más de 18 años, tener conocimientos básicos de inglés (o ser elegible para una exención de idioma), tener una tarjeta de residencia durante al menos 5 años (o 3 años si está casado con un ciudadano estadounidense). Por favor traiga su tarjeta verde de residencia. El espacio es limitado. Las solicitudes se aceptarán por orden de llegada. Esta sesión se selecciona SOLAMENTE. Las citas para la clínica de asistencia de solicitud se darán en la proyección. Llame al 215-324-0746 para reservar su lugar.

 Esperanza College, 4261 N 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19140

Clínica de Inmigración / Immigration Screening Clinic – Upper Darby

Centro de Apoyo Comunitario & Friends of Farmworkers (PICC Members)

Taller informativo de paquetes de defensa contra la deportación. Información sobre renocación de ITINs. Información sobre otros alivios migratorios como visa T, visa U, y estatus de protección temporal (TPS), residencia permanente, y ciudadanía.

Sabe si califica para estos u otros alivios migratorios? Ha sido víctima de un crimen o de abuso domestico? Asista a esta clínica de Inmigración para saber si califica.

para más información llame a Centro de Apoyo Comunitario, 610-713-5954.

This session is targeted for the Spanish Speaking community, but no one will be turned away because of language.

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Informative workshop on deportation defense package. Information about renewing ITINs. Information about other migratory reliefs such as T visa, U visa, and temporary protection status (TPS), permanent residence, and citizenship.

Do you know if you qualify for these or other forms of immigratory relief? Have you been the victim of a crime or domestic abuse? Attend this Immigration clinic to find out if you qualify.

For more information call the Community Support Center, 610-713-5954.

 

 Sótano de la Iglesia San Lorenzo (St. Laurence Church), 8245 W. Chester Pike, Upper Darby

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

This week’s topic: Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

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

Trained and confidential Community Navigators are available to: provide initial screening for immigration relief. An appointment with an immigration attorney will follow; Answer questions and provide information regarding your rights; Assist with completion of a Family Preparedness Plan in case of Emergency; Create and distribute Casa de la Cultura Membership Identification Cards. If you are unavailable in the evening, call 717-339-6783
to schedule a daytime appointment.

Promotores comunitarios confidenciales y capacitados son disponibles para: proveer preselección para alivio migratorio. Una cita con un abogado seguirá; Responder preguntas y proveer información sobre sus derechos; Asistir en completar un Plan de Preparación Familiar en Caso de Emergencia; Crear y distribuir tarjetas de membresía de identificación de Casa de la Cultura.  Si no está disponible por la noche, llame al 717-339-6783 para programar una cita de día.

 Glatfelter Hall, Room 007, Gettysburg College

 Learn more about how immigration works –and where it doesn’t—and how you and your congregation can support your immigrant neighbors.

 St. Luke’s Lutheran Church 417 N. 7th Street, Allentown, PA 18102

Trained and confidential Community Navigators are available to: provide initial screening for immigration relief. An appointment with an immigration attorney will follow; Answer questions and provide information regarding your rights; Assist with completion of a Family Preparedness Plan in case of Emergency; Create and distribute Casa de la Cultura Membership Identification Cards. If you are unavailable in the evening, call 717-339-6783
to schedule a daytime appointment.

Promotores comunitarios confidenciales y capacitados son disponibles para: proveer preselección para alivio migratorio. Una cita con un abogado seguirá; Responder preguntas y proveer información sobre sus derechos; Asistir en completar un Plan de Preparación Familiar en Caso de Emergencia; Crear y distribuir tarjetas de membresía de identificación de Casa de la Cultura.  Si no está disponible por la noche, llame al 717-339-6783 para programar una cita de día.

 Gratfelter Hall, Room 007, Gettysburg College

Our civil rights are in jeopardy. Support your favorite cause and those that impact your neighbors and friends. Come and learn about, make a donation to, or sign up to volunteer with these great organizations doing important work in Montgomery county. Come for the food, stay for the cause!

Proceeds from the 5k run/2k walk will benefit PICC! Facebook event here.

 1700 W. Main St. Norristown, PA

Multicultural Community Orientation – Harrisburg

International Service Center (PICC Member)

In an effort to increase the awareness of the various community representatives and Language Consultants regarding the mission and services of the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, the International Service Center is organizing a Multicultural Community Orientation on Friday, November 3, 2017 from 10:00am to 11:30am.

Officers Alisha Welch and Shawnee Swinton from the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Region III, have accepted our invitation to be the main presenters.

Knowing of your special interest in such issues as Language Access for Limited English Proficient immigrants and Civil Rights Protection for refugees, we would like to invite you to participate in this important event.

We would be very grateful if you could inform us of your intent to participate by Wednesday, November 1, 2017 by contacting Mr. Tuan at (717) 236-9401, e-mail: tuan@isc76.org;  or Ms. Hang at (717) 236-1523, e-mail: hang@isc76.org.

 Fellowship Hall, Market Square Presbyterian Church, 21 South River Street, Harrsiburg, PA 17101

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

This week’s topic: digital surveillance

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

Dia De Los Muertos is a celebration of those who have passed on. THIS NOVEMBER 3RD, we say, Jose Vive! (Jose Lives)! We say, La Lucha Sigue (The Struggle Continues). This First Friday, we will remember Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez and all who have died at the hands of our country’s xenophobic and racist policies. Jose Antonio was a 16 year old boy who was shot 10 times by Border Patrol agents in 2012.

We will drink, we will dance, and we will honor and celebrate our lives for the sacredness that they are. Full menu will be posted on this event as updated. We will have a pop-up restaurant, plenty of space to sit and eat, live music, drinking, dancing, and more celebrating.

There will be a donation-based bar, a dance floor, hot food, hot beverages (cold ones too!), and most importantly, our alter and prayer flags. The altar should be decorated with flowers, candles, and pictures of loved ones. Please bring anything else you want to add. 

 5120 Penn Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15224

¿No está seguro si ahora es elegible para solicitar la ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos? Asista a nuestra clínica de elegibilidad para averiguarlo. Los abogados de inmigración de Friends of Farmworkers evaluarán a los residentes legales permanentes para la elegibilidad de ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos. Todos los participantes aprenderán si son elegibles para presentar una solicitud ahora y qué documentos necesitan para solicitar la ciudadanía de los EE. UU. Póngase en contacto con Leslie Avila al 717-557-6038 para concertar una cita. ¡El evento es gratis!

Are you unsure if you are now eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship? Attend our eligibility clinic to find out. Immigration attorneys from Friends of Farmworkers will screen legal permanent residents for U.S. citizenship eligibility. All participants will learn if they are eligible to apply now and what documents they need to apply for U.S. citizenship. Contact Leslie Avila at 717-557-6038 to secure an appointment. The event is free!

 

 

 St. Francis of Assisi Church Basement, 1439 Market St, Harrisburg, PA 17103

Art and Action to #ShutDownBerks

ShutDownBerks Campaign

Join members of the #ShutDownBerks campaign and artist Michelle Angela Ortiz to honor the families incarcerated at the Berks Family Detention Center and call on Governor Wolf and PA DHS Commissioner Miller to issue an ERO and shut down the facility.

 Philadelphia City Hall, North Entrance

Nuestra segunda reunion comunitaria! Puntos de conversacion:

  • DACA
  • Con quienes quieren hablar/conocer?
  • Que es santuario?
  • Noticias nuevas de Casa

Evento gratis, todos son bienvenidos!

 United Church of Christ, 1805 Tonopah St. Pittsburgh, PA 15216

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 online

El cuarto módulo de nuestra serie de capacitacion para navegadores comunitarios explicará sus funciones como voluntarios durante las clínicas legales y le enseñará cómo completar una herramienta elegibilidad para un cliente. La formación se ofrecerá a través de Zoom, un sitio web de videoconferencia. Las instrucciones sobre cómo unirse a la formación se compartirán en el correo electrónico de confirmación una vez que se haya completado el registro. Este entrenamiento será facilitado por abogados de Nationalities Service Center. Haga clic aqui para registrarse.

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Zoom

FREE Citizenship Clinic – Scranton

EILS & UNCPA (PICC Members)

FREE citizenship screening and naturalization application assistance for eligible immigrants in the Scranton Area.

To apply you must:

  • Be over 18
  • Have basic English skills (or be eligible for a language waiver)
  • Have a green card for at least 5 years (or 3 years if married to a US Citizen)
  • Live in Lackawanna or Luzurne Counties.

Space is limited! Applicants will be accepted on a first-come basis. Call 215-324-0746 to reserve your spot.

 United Neighborhood Centers of NE PA, 509 Cedar Ave, Scranton PA 18505

Community Navigator Module 5: Citizenship

Esperanza Immigration Legal Services

This is the fifth module of our six-part Community Navigator Training Series. Module 5 focus on citizenship. Participants will learn the eligibility requirements for applying for U.S. citizenship and be able to provide application assistance under the supervision of an immigration attorney and/or DOJ accredited representative. This training will be conducted in English. The training will be offered via Zoom, a video conferencing website. Instructions on how to join the training will be shared in the confirmation email once registration is complete. The training will be facilitated by a lawyer from Esperanza Immigration Legal Services. Click here to register.

Navegadores Comunitarios Modulo 5: Ciudadania

Church World Service - Lancaster

Éste es el quinto módulo de nuestra Serie de Entrenamiento para Navegadores Comunitarios de seis partes. El módulo 5 se centra en la ciudadanía. Los participantes aprenderán los requisitos de elegibilidad para solicitar la ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos y ser capaces de proporcionar asistencia para la solicitud bajo la supervisión de un abogado de inmigración y / o representante acreditado por el Departamento de Justicia. Esta capacitación se realizará en español. La formación se ofrecerá a través de Zoom, un sitio web de videoconferencia. Las instrucciones sobre cómo unirse a la formación se compartirán en el correo electrónico de confirmación una vez que se haya completado el registro. La capacitación será facilitada por un abogado de Church World Service – Lancaster. Haya click y complete el formulario aqui.

 Zoom

DACA Renewal Legal Clinic/Taller Legal de Renovación DACA – Allentown

Grupo de Apoyo e Integración Hispanoamericano

Attorneys and volunteers will help you complete your DACA renewal application before the Oct. 5 deadline. No need to call in advance to make an appointment. Please bring your current work permit. The clinic is free and open to everyone. Questions? Call 610-972-0736 or 610-908-531.

Abogados y voluntarios le ayudarán a completar su solicitud de renovación de DACA antes de la fecha límite del 5 de octubre. No es necesario llamar con antelación para hacer una cita. Por favor traiga su permiso de trabajo actual. El eveno es gratis y abierto a todos. ¿Preguntas? Por favor llamar al 610-972-0736 *o* 908 531 3499.

 St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 417 N. 7th Street, Allentown, PA 18102

Immigration Law Attorneys and Assistant will be providing FREE legal consultations and services. We can also help you explore other options that may be available to you. If you need help paying fee(s) we can help you during the clinic.

PLEASE CALL (412) 343- 3111 to sign up and schedule a time. Share on Facebook.

 1810 Belasco Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216-3502

HIAS lawyers will assist eligible DACA beneficiaries complete and submit their renewal applications before the Oct. 5th deadline. Please call  (215) 832-0900 to pre-register.

 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Community Navigator Module 4: Eligibility Screening Tool

Friends of Farmworkers & HIAS Pennsylvania

The fourth module of our Community Navigator training series will explain your roles as volunteers during legal clinics and train you on how to complete an eligibility screening tool for a client. This training will be conducted in English. The training will be offered via Zoom, a video conferencing website. Instructions on how to join the training will be shared in the confirmation email once registration is complete. This training will be facilitated by lawyers from Friends of Farmworkers and HIAS Pennsylvania. Click here to register.

Para todos a los que su estatus y permiso de trabajo de DACA expira entre el 5 de septiembre del 2017 y el 5 de marzo del 2018 y tiene que ser renovado antes del 5 de octubre.

Que hay que traer?

  1. Tarjeta vigente de permiso de trabajo
  2. Pasaporte vigente u otra identificacion
  3. Notificacion mas reciente de aprobacion de DACA y autorizacion de trabajo
  4. Dos fotos tamaño pasaporte
  5. Si es posible, una copia de la ultima aplicacion para ahorrar tiempo

Duante este evento, personal del Consulado de Mexico en Filadelfia evaluara los casos de los beneficiarios DACA mexicanos que requieren asistancia, para conocer si califican para un apoyo parcial para el costo de la cuota de renovacion de USCIS.

 

Free DACA Legal Renewals at LCH/Renovaciones Gratuitas del Programa Legal DACA

Who/Quienes: For those whose DACA status and permit will expire between September 5th 2017 and March 5th 2018 and must renew by October 5th……/Para todos a los que su estatus y permiso de trabajo de DACA expira entre el 5 de Septiembre del 2017 y el 5 de Marzo del 2018 y tiene que ser renovado antes del 5 de Octubre.

More information on Facebook event/Mas information en event de Facebook.

 La Comunidad Hispana (LCH), 731 W. Cypress St. Kennett Square, PA 19348

Immigration Law Attorneys and Assistant will be providing FREE legal consultations and services. We can also help you explore other options that may be available to you. If you need help paying fee(s) we can help you during the clinic.

PLEASE CALL (412) 343- 3111 to sign up and schedule a time. Share on Facebook.

 1810 Belasco Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216-3502

HIAS lawyers will assist eligible DACA beneficiaries complete and submit their renewal applications before the Oct. 5th deadline. Please call  (215) 832-0900 to pre-register.

 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Free DACA Clinics- Pittsburgh

Jewish Family & Children's Service, Latino Community Center

Immigration Law Attorneys and Assistant will be providing FREE legal consultations and services. We can also help you explore other options that may be available to you. If you need help paying fee(s) we can help you during the clinic.

PLEASE CALL (412) 343- 3111 to sign up and schedule a time. Share on Facebook.

 Catholic Charities 212 9th St. Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Casa de la Cultura and HIA Pennsylvania will hold a DACA renewal clinic followed by a know your rights session. HIA attorneys will assist eligible DACA beneficiaries to complete their renewal applications. HIAS lawyers will do DACA renewals from 10-1pm. Individuals can register for a DACA renewal appointment by calling Brenda at 717-321-5394 or emailing casagettysburg@gmail.com. We will have a Know Your Rights session from 2-3pm and people can come in for immigration relief screenings from 2-5pm. Questions? Email casagettysburg@gmail.com

 

Casa de la Cultura y HIA Pennsylvania llevarán a cabo una clínica de renovación DACA seguida de una sesión de conocer sus derechos. Los abogados de HIA ayudarán a los beneficiarios DACA elegibles a completar sus solicitudes de renovación. Los abogados de HIAS harán renovaciones de DACA de 10-1pm. Las personas pueden inscribirse para una cita de renovación de DACA llamando a Brenda al 717-321-5394 o enviando un correo electrónico a casagettysburg@gmail.com. Tendremos un taller para orientar a los participantes sobre sus derechos a partir de las 2-3pm y la gente puede venir para los exámenes de inmigración de 2-5pm. ¿Preguntas? Correo electrónico casagettysburg@gmail.com.

 Gettysburg College, Master Hall

How to Open Borders & Defeat Deportations

Free Migration Project (PICC Member)

Immigrant communities are under attack, and the Trump administration is eliminating the DACA program. Yet public support for open immigration policies is also increasing, and the public is more engaged with immigration policy than ever. Public opinion on immigration is fiercely divided.

In this volatile environment, what is the way forward for immigration policy? Can DACA be saved or replaced? What can you do to support immigrant communities right now?

Hear from experts in immigration law, advocacy, and community organizing.
Join guided small-group workshops to learn how you can fight for immigrant communities.

Speakers/Workshop Leaders:

Jazmin Delgado, New Sanctuary Movement: Community organizing
Domenic Powell, Penn Law School: Communications and policy
Juliette Gomez, Law Office of Juliette E. Gomez: Immigration law
Erika Guadalupe Nunez, Fleisher Art Memorial: Art and activism
Benjamin Miller, South Philly Barbacoa: Food activism

Please register here.

 Van Pelt Library, Room 113 – 3420 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

DACA issuances and work permits expiring between September 5th, 2017 and March 5th, 2018 must be submitted for renewal by Ocotber 5th, 2017. Come get assistance with your DACA renewal!

Las emisiones de DACA y los permisos de trabajo que vencen entre el 5 de septiembre de 2017 y el 5 de marzo de 2018 deben ser sometidos a renovación el 5 de Octubre de 2017. ¡Venga para obtener asistencia con tu renovación de DACA!

 501 Washington St, Reading, PA 19601

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Online

El cuarto modulo de nuestra serie de capacitacion para Navegadores Comunitarios explicara su responsabilidades como voluntarios durante clinicas de asesoria legales y les ensechara como usar la herramienta de eligibilidad para beneficios durante una clinica legal. Este taller se realizará en español. El taller se ofrecerá a través de Zoom, un sitio web de videoconferencia. Las instrucciones sobre cómo participar en el taller se compartirán en el correo electrónico de confirmación una vez que se haya completado el registro. El taller sera facilitado por abogados de la organizacion Amigos de los Trabajadores Agrícolas. Haga click aqui para registrase.

Register here. 

PICC would like to invite members of the Pittsburgh immigrant community to join us for a listening session about what their needs are and how PICC can meet those needs through our new WE Lead program.

WE Lead is a new program in 6 cities across the US that will host Community Navigator trainings, empower immigrant women and their communities, and expand access to legal immigration services. We want to hear from local, grassroots, community organizations and their members about how we can best meet the needs and wants of the people that you serve.

 1805 Tonapah St. Pittsburgh, PA 15216

If your DACA expires between SEPTEMBER 5, 2017 and MARCH 5, 2018 and you are interested in help renewing your DACA, please complete this form with as much information as possible. A CASA staff member will contact you to set an appointment. Please fill out this google form for an appointment time at the clinic.

Si su DACA expira entre el 5 de septiembre de 2017 y el 5 de marzo de 2018 y usted está interesado en ayudar a renovar su DACA, por favor complete este formulario con toda la información posible. Un empleado de CASA se comunicará con usted para fijar una cita.

Queremos compartir información importante con todos ustedes. Ahora es el tiempo que necesitamos unir a la comunidad latina, especialmente por la reciente decisión de DACA.

Casa San José tendrá su primera reunión comunitaria. Estas reuniones se haran una vez al mes.
¡Queremos escuchar sus pensamientos! Por favor únete a nosotros; habrá comida y cuidado de niños.

Queremos escuchar de todas las edades! Los esperamos!

 1805 Tonapah St. Pittsburgh, PA 15216

HIAS lawyers will assist eligible DACA beneficiaries complete and submit their renewal applications before the Oct. 5th deadline. Please call  (215) 832-0900 to pre-register.

 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Community members are invited to learn more about the recent DACA announcement and get help with their renewal application.

Los miembros de la comunidad están invitados a aprender más sobre el reciente anuncio de DACA y recibe ayuda completar su solicitud de renovación de DACA.

For more information, call (215) 634-7245

 174 Diamond Street, Philadelphia PA 19122

Register here. 

PICC would like to invite members of the Pittsburgh immigrant community to join us for a listening session about what their needs are and how PICC can meet those needs through our new WE Lead program.

WE Lead is a new program in 6 cities across the US that will host Community Navigator trainings, empower immigrant women and their communities, and expand access to legal immigration services. We want to hear from local, grassroots, community organizations and their members about how we can best meet the needs and wants of the people that you serve.

 

 305 34th St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201

DACA issuances and work permits expiring between September 5th, 2017 and March 5th, 2018 must be submitted for renewal by Ocotber 5th, 2017. Come get assistance with your DACA renewal!

Las emisiones de DACA y los permisos de trabajo que vencen entre el 5 de septiembre de 2017 y el 5 de marzo de 2018 deben ser sometidos a renovación el 5 de Octubre de 2017. ¡Venga para obtener asistencia con tu renovación de DACA!

 115 N 8th St, Allentown, PA 18101

Venga para una presentacion sobre defensa de deprotation! Habra comida y la oportunidad para hacer preguntas a varios abogados de la comunidad! Comparte en Facebook.

Para mas informacion llame a Casa San Jose 412 343-3111.

 2535 Rochester Rd, Cranberry Twp, PA 16066

Community Navigator Modules 2 & 3: Know Your Rights & Deportation Defense

Catholic Charities of Harrisburg & Movement of Immigrant Leaders of PA (MILPA)

Modules 2 & 3 of our Community Navigator Training Series will cover Know Your Rights and Deportation Defense. Module 2 will explain and train participants on the rights noncitizens have when interacting with law enforcement officers. Module 3 will teach participants when and how to prepare Deportation Defense Packet with clients. Both modules will be facilitated by trainers from our partner organization Movement of Immigrant Leaders of PA (MILPA) in the facilities of Catholic Charities in Harrisburg, PA. Click here to register.

Los Módulos 2 y 3 de nuestra serie de capacitación para Navegadores Comunitarios cubrirán los derechos de los inmigrantes y como preparar a su familia en case que alguien fuese deportado. El Módulo 2 explicará y capacitará a los participantes sobre los derechos que los no ciudadanos tienen al interactuar con agentes de la ley. El Módulo 3 enseñará a los participantes cuándo y cómo preparar Paquete de Defensa de Deportación con sus clientes. Ambos módulos serán facilitados por lideres del Movimiento de Líderes Inmigrantes de PA (MILPA) en las instalaciones de Catholic Charities en Harrisburg, PA. Pulse aqui para registrarse.

 939 East Park Drive, Suite 102, Harrisburg, PA 17111

DACA KNOW YOUR RIGHTS, KNOW YOUR OPTIONS! – Allentown

Grupo de Apoyo e Integración Hispanoamericano & Make the Road PA

This Friday, 15 September, at 7 pm, Muhlenberg College, The Grupo de Apoyo, and Make the Road PA will be hosting a Know Your Rights session specially tailored for and targeted at college and high school students with DACA. The session is open to DACA recipients only; we plan a second session for allies in the near future. 
The MC Center is #76 on the campus map, located at: http://www.muhlenberg.edu/media/contentassets/pdf/about/PrintCampusMap.pdf

RSVPs/questions to Armando Jimenez, ajimenez@maketheroadaction.org 

Este viernes, 15 de septiembre, a las 7 pm, el Colegio Muhlenberg, el Grupo de Apoyo y Make the Road PA ofrecerán una sesión de Conozca Sus Derechos especialmente diseñada para estudiantes universitarios y de secundaria con DACA. La sesión está abierta sólo a los destinatarios de DACA; planeamos una segunda sesión para los aliados en un futuro próximo.
El MC Center está # 76 en el mapa del campus, ubicado en: http://www.muhlenberg.edu/media/contentassets/pdf/about/PrintCampusMap.pdf
RSVPs / preguntas a Armando Jimenez, ajimenez@maketheroadaction.org

 Muhlenberg College Multicultural Center, 2252 Chew Street, Allentown, PA 18104

Community members are invited to join the Aquinas Center to learn more about DACA’s recent announcement. In this meeting, we will discuss DACA updates, renewals, Aquinas Center resources for renewal fees.

Los miembros de la comunidad están invitados a unirse al Centro Aquinas para aprender más sobre el reciente anuncio de DACA. En esta reunión, discutiremos las actualizaciones de DACA, las renovaciones, los recursos de Aquinas Center para ayudar con las tarifas de renovación.

 Lower Hall, Aquinas Center, 1700 Fernon Street, Philadelphia, PA 19145

Ven a informarte sobre la cancelacion de DACA y lo que significa para ti y tu familia. Tambien estaremos dando informacion sobre los nuevos ataques de inmigración. Mas información en Facebook.

 600 Washington Ave. Philadelphia, PA

Attorneys and volunteers will help you complete your DACA renewal application before the Oct. 5 deadline. No need to call in advance to make an appointment. Please bring your current work permit. The clinic is free and open to everyone.

Abogados y voluntarios le ayudarán a completar su solicitud de renovación de DACA antes de la fecha límite del 5 de octubre. No es necesario llamar con antelación para hacer una cita. Por favor traiga su permiso de trabajo actual. El eveno es gratis y abierto a todos.

 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Online
Come learn what the recent announcement about DACA means for you and what your options for renewal or other immigration relief might be. Contact Brenda Gorski for more info: bgorski@nscphila.org

 NSC Office, 1216 Arch Street, 4th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107

Sanctuary for All! Fight Live Stop, Defend DACA

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia (PICC Member)

On Thursday September 7th, immigrant youth, parents, families, friends, neighbors, and allies will take action to #FightLiveStop and #DefendDACA. This is a moment for grounding our heels deep for strength, for locking arms in solidarity, and for holding our heads high with dignity to defend what is ours and fight for what we deserve.

For more information and to RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/162080451035542

 Philadelphia City Hall

Attorneys and volunteers will help you complete your DACA renewal application before the Oct. 5 deadline. No need to call in advance to make an appointment. Please bring your current work permit. The clinic is free and open to everyone.

Abogados y voluntarios le ayudarán a completar su solicitud de renovación de DACA antes de la fecha límite del 5 de octubre. No es necesario llamar con antelación para hacer una cita. Por favor traiga su permiso de trabajo actual. El eveno es gratis y abierto a todos.

 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

For young people with DACA:

El Grupo de Apoyo

If your DACA expires before 5 March, 2018, you CAN and SHOULD renew it; you MUST renew it before  5 October. *IT LOOKS LIKE* there will be funding to cover the costs of renewal… PICC is working on this now; we’ll share details as soon as they are available.

The form to renew DACA can be found here: https://www.uscis.gov/i-821d
 St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 417 N. 7th Street, Allentown

This is the first module of our five-part Community Navigator Training series. Module 1 will introduce participants to the PA is Ready! program and give an overview of immigration law. This training will be conducted in English. The training will be offered via Zoom, a video conferencing website. Instructions on how to join the training will be shared in the confirmation email once registration is complete. Click here to register.

 Zoom

Este es el primer taller (modulo 1) de nuestra serie de cinco talleres que forman parte de nuestro programa de capacitacion para Navegadores Comunitarios. El módulo 1 presentará a los participantes el programa PA is Ready! y explicara en breve como funciona el sistema de inmigracion. Este taller se realizará en español. El taller se ofrecerá a través de Zoom, un sitio web de videoconferencia. Las instrucciones sobre cómo participar en el taller se compartirán en el correo electrónico de confirmación una vez que se haya completado el registro. Haga clic aqui para registrarse.

 Zoom

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Online

Immigration attorneys and DOJ accredited representatives will screen participants one-on-one for potential immigration benefits or administrative relief eligibility.

 101 S George Street, York, PA

#ShutDownBerks August Vigil

Shut Down Berks Interfaith Witness

Join faith organizations and allies at the Berks Detention Center to show families that we are still fighting for their freedom. Reverend Sandy Strauss from the Pennsylvania Council of Churches will be leading the August Vigil.

RSVP and more info on Facebook.

5-Year DACAversary

PICC, Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs

In commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the implementation of DACA, the Office of Immigrant Affairs and PICC will be holding a joint press conference this Tuesday, August 15th from 10-11:00 am in Conversation Hall in City Hall. Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney will be in attendance to deliver short remarks.

In addition to short remarks from the Mayor, we will be showing the short documentary “We are DACA,” which highlights the stories of five Dreamers. Three of the individuals that are featured in the film will speak at the press conference on how DACA has opened doors of opportunities for them and what it would mean to their life if the Trump administration ended the program.

 Conversation Hall, Philadelphia City Hall

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Online

Free Information Session on Citizenship

International Service Center (ISC)

The International Service Center (ISC) will host a free Citizenship Information Session. Come to the event to learn more about the eligibility requirements and application process. Contact Sailey Sey at sailey@isc76.org or 717-230-8741 for more information.

 International Service Center, 21 South River Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101

Updated on 8/16/17: Thank you for all your generosity and support to PICC and youth leaders across Pennsylvania. We had a great weekend convening and lots of stories to tell! Please check out our special youth newsletter coming out this month! If you are not subscribed to our newsletter sign up here! 

Your continue support is very important to us and to our youth, become an organizational or individual member or monthly sustainer today! Watch how your contribution helps us build a better home for immigrants, refugees and new Americans.

After successfully bringing together 65 youth from diverse geographical areas in Pennsylvania in the last two years, PICC has continued to engage immigrant youth from across the state in advocacy, provided support and direct leadership development to our leaders all year!

Register Now! Registration is now Closed!

What– This is a weekend dedicated to bringing together 30 immigrant youth that originate from different walks of life across PA. This is an opportunity for us to share our stories and develop leadership skills, organizing skills, and have a chance to build relationships with other youth who share our similar experience and goals

When/Where– Weekend of August 4-6, Camp Hebron, PA

Register Now! Registration is open until July 24, 2017.

“I appreciate us being here. We are not supposed to be doing this. We are not supposed to organize. We are not supposed to rise up. But we are.” – Sheila Quintana PA youth leader, 2015

Please consider making a donation to help cover cost of our youth convening! Donate TODAY!  If you are interested in becoming an event sponsor please contact Maria Sotomayor at mariasotomayor@paimmigrant.org or 215-832-3482 for more information.

Pennsylvania is our home, regardless of where we come from. We want to make our home a better place for our families and immigrant communities. We want to bring immigrant youth together and create a statewide youth led movement. We are young, full of energy and ready to create change. We are the next generation of immigrant rights leaders and advocates!”  youth leader, 2016

Worker’s Rights Train the Trainer

Friends of Farmworkers, Inc (PICC Member)

Come learn the basics of worker’s rights, how to spot red flags, how to organize at your workplace, and teach others in your community about their rights. This workshop will be led by staff from Friends of Farmworkers, Inc. and the Penn State School of Labor and Employment Relations. Please RSVP today!

 Harrisburg, PA

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Register online

Prepare yourself and your family in the case of an interaction with immigration. Lawyers and Accredited Representatives will be present to answer questions and meet with you one on one. Children are welcome and refreshments will be served.

About this event: Please note that the intended audience is at-risk immigrants. If you are interested in learning more about immigration issues or how to help these communities you can keep an eye on this calendar for educational events and training at:
http://www.lancasterstandsup.org/calendar
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Infórmese y prepárese en caso de un encuentro con inmigración. Abogados de inmigracion y representates accreditadas estarán presente para responder a sus preguntas y mediante una consulta. Niños son bienvenidos y se habrán refrescos.

 Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren, 777 S Mount Joy Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Conozca Sus Derechos (Know Your Rights) Sesion Informativa

ACLAMO Family Center and HIAS PA (PICC Members)

Todos estan invitados este Miercoles a las 5:30 pm a un foro para que conozca sus derechos como inmigrante! Si necesita mas informacion llame a ACLAMO al 610-277-2570 de 9 am a 11 am el lunes y el martes! Tambien puede ir ahttps://www.facebook.com/events/780237048824105/ Los veo el miercoles! Espacio es limitado!

 ACLAMO Family Center, 512 W. Marshall Street, Norristown, PA 19401

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Register online

Casa San Jose will lead a session (in Spanish) at the Beechview Library on Saturday, July 8, at 3pm, to talk about anti-immigrant bills and Know Your Rights. Afterwards, trained volunteers will fill out deportation defense packets with clients, flagging any that require legal review. Matt Lamberti and 1-2 attorneys will be there to meet individually with clients; at 2:30, before the event, Matt will be talking to volunteers about when to flag packets.

Call Casa San Jose at 412-343-3111 to RSVP and for more information.

 Beechview Library, 1910 Broadway Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Register online

Learn how you can use the Welcoming Schools toolkit to pass resolutions and policies in your school district that will help protect immigrant and refugee families.

This toolkit provides students, parents, and community members with the information and tools they need to work with their schools to enact policies to ensure that all students, regardless of immigration status, are welcome, safe, and protected in the school environment. The toolkit includes sample resolutions and policies that can help keep children safe from immigration enforcement raids, protect student privacy, and affirm a commitment to acceptance and inclusiveness.

Please register for the webinar!

 Online Webinar

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. Every call we will have an in-depth presentation on a different topic or campaign.

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

 Register online

Support Tuition Equity!

Greater Reading Immigration Project (PICC Member)

Help raise awareness on Tuition Equity for Undocumented students! After a brief press conference in the Rotunda, participants will be breaking into groups to speak with representatives! This is a state bill, so we encourage everyone from all over the state to contact your representative and tell them you support Tuition Equity! For more information, RSVP on Facebook.

About Tuition Equity: Undocumented students who live in the US and attended school here are sometimes labeled as “international students” during the college admissions process. This they have to pay as much as 3 times the “in-county” or “in-state” tuition rate. Not only do they have to pay more, they also do not have access to Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) or most scholarships, making higher education inaccessible to these students.

 Main Rotunda, Pennsylvania State Capitol Building, Harrisburg PA

Know Your Rights Session for the community in Bahasa Indonesian and English.

  Thomas Lower Hall, 1719 Morris Street, Phila, PA 19145

Know Your Rights Information Session (Spanish)

Aquinas Center (PICC Members)

Know Your Rights information session in Spanish and English.

  Aquinas Center Basement, 1700 Fernon Street, Phila, PA 19145

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. This week we will be focusing on how to support immigrant youth by supporting the Pennsylvania tuition equity bill.

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

 Register online

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: marlieryvo@gmail.com

 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!

 Harrisburg

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 admin@paimmigrant.org with info.
 Statewide

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 judykim@paimmigrant.org or at 215-832-0615.

 

 PICC Building, 2100 Arch Street, Philadelphia

Know Your Rights for Farmworkers

Aquinas Center (PICC Member) and Philadelphia Legal Assistance

Come and learn about your rights as a farmworker! Questions? Contact Britt Libby: Advocacy@staquinas.com.

 Lower Hall, 1719 Morris St., Philadelphia, PA

Citizenship Classes (free!)

Grupo de Apoyo Hispanoamericano (PICC Member)

Citizenship classes for the immigrant community on the following Tuesdays: April 18th, 25th, and May 2nd. Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact 610-258-2917, ext 307

 Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church Street, Easton, PA 18042

Free Legal Clinic and Know Your Rights Session

Make the Road PA and Friends of Farmworkers (PICC Members)

Call 215-733-0878 for more information.

 501 Washington Street, Reading, PA 19601

Know Your Rights and Legal Clinic

MILPA and FOF (PICC Members)

Mas Informacion: Leslie 717-557-6038 Carmen Maria 717-510-5449

 Iglesia de San Francisco de Asis - Soup Kitchen

Berks County Residential Center Vigil

Shut Down Berks Interfaith Witness and Make the Road Pennsylvania (PICC Member)

The mothers and children who continue to be unjustly detained in the Berks County center need our encouragement and our support! Pilgrim’s Mennonite Church will be leading this vigil. Please plan on attending to show your support. RSVP on Facebook.

 1040 Berks Rd, Leesport, Pa 19533-8700, United States

Citizenship Classes (free!)

Centro de Apoyo Hispanoamericano (PICC Member)

Citizenship classes for the immigrant community on the following Tuesdays: April 18th, 25th, and May 2nd. Refreshments will be served.

Questions? Contact 610-258-2917, ext 307

 Easton Area Public Library, 515 Church Street, Easton, PA 18042

In the face of attacks on immigrant and refugee communities at the federal, state, and local levels, communities across PA are creating shared strategies to resist these attacks and advance policies that will protect and support immigrants and refugees. Join these bi-weekly calls to hear about these strategies and how you can get involved. Registration required – sign up today!

 Register Online

Conoce tus Derechos II

Movement of Immigrant Leaders in PA (PICC Member)

Defensa de deportación, conoce tus derechos parte II, asistencia legal, y del Consulado Mexicano de Philadelphia.

Know Your Rights Seminar & Legal Deportatiok Defense Clinic in Easton! Please share with your friends, coworkers and familia. In unity for our families and our rights. Because we do have rights! RSVP on Facebook.

 Easton Area Community Center 901 Washington St, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042