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|9/5/14 Marketplace Deadline Resources||08/26/2014||
Thousands of immigrants in Pennsylvania are at risk of losing their Marketplace health insurance due to “data matching errors” or “inconsistencies” with their applications. If contacted, they are required to submit further documentation regarding their citizenship to the Marketplace by September 5th, 2014 or they will no longer be eligible for health insurance via the marketplace effective September 30th, 2014.
|Testimony from City Council Hearing on Philadelphia Compliance With ICE Holds||03/12/2014||
On Wednesday, March 12th, City Council held a historic public hearing on Philadelphia’s compliance with ICE holds, which are non-mandatory requests from the federal immigration enforcement office to local Philadelphia law enforcement to hold someone who should otherwise be released. Immigrant leaders, advocates, and allies took the stand before Council’s Public Safety Committee to discuss the devastating impact of ICE holds on immigrant communities in Philadelphia and to call on the Mayor to work with community organizations to draft a new policy that ends all ICE holds.
|Language Access Feedback From||12/03/2013|
|Interfaith Letter Calling for Immigration Reform||11/08/2013||
PUIR Interfaith Letter on Immigration Reform
We, the undersigned faith-based leaders and organizations in Pennsylvania, call on the U.S. Congress to enact comprehensive immigration reform legislation that establishes a safe and humane immigration system consistent with our faith values.
|CIR Comparison: Senate Bill S.744 vs House Bill H.R.15||10/30/2013||
Detailed comparison between Senate Bill S.744, passed by the Senate in June, 2013 and House Bill H.R. 15, introduced on October 2, 2013.
|Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals||07/27/2012||
Philadelphia’s nonprofit immigration legal service providers, HIAS Pennsylvania, Nationalities Service Center and Esperanza Immigration Legal Services, have joined with PICC, The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians and community partners, to form the Philadelphia Deferred Action Network (P-DAN). PICC is hosting a Coordinator to work with P-DAN partners to conduct outreach to eligible community members, provide screenings and referrals to legal assistance, recruit pro bono attorneys and ensure swift processing of applications.
|A Guide to Successful (Local) Pro-Immigrant Action||07/19/2012||
Refer to our "Guide to Successful (Local) Pro-Immigrant Action" to learn about positive immigration activism and advocacy throughout the United States and to develop successful strategies for initiating pro-immigrant action in your own community today!
|Materials from PICC Conference Language Access in Healthcare: Progress Made and Challenges Ahead - May 9||05/25/2011||
|Materials from PICC Forum on Anti Immigrant Legislation||07/27/2010||
On July 15, 2010, PICC convened a public forum to inform and organize immigant rights advocates, activists, service providers and concerned community members to take action on anti immigrant legislation gaining momentum in Harrisberg. We have made available all of the materials from the Forum for download. Please use them to educate your legislators and others on the issues!
|CIR ASAP Summary||01/05/2010||
A section by section summary of House Bill 4321, the Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America's Security and Prosperity Act (CIR ASAP), courtesy of our national partners. Rep. Gutierrez (D-IL) introduced the bill in the House on December 15, 2009.