Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center

The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) works to provide access to justice for vulnerable immigrants in detention and in the community through legal services, education and advocacy:

  • Access to justice begins with an understanding of individual rights under law. PIRC educates immigrants in detention and in the community about their legal options.
  • PIRC provides access to justice through legal services – direct representation, coordination of pro bono legal assistance, and pro se assistance.
  • PIRC advocates for greater capacity and systems change through language access assistance, partnerships with law schools and universities, and legal training and education.

 

News and Events


 

A message from PIRC's Executive Director on the Administration's Executive Orders on Immigration

Read a post-election message from PIRC's Executive Director 

 

June 7- PIRC is excited to announce our  Light of Liberty Awards Reception scheduled for June 7, 2017!  Please join us in honoring all of the many volunteers and supporters who stood with immigrants in 2016!  We are so happy to be working with you!  LEARN MORE

May- We are honored to receive the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Immigration Law Pro Bono Award!  The award was created to recognize annually the pro bono accomplishments of an individual/organization working with the Pennsylvania Bar Association in immigration law.  Read more here!

April 18- PIRC's Executive Director, Mary Studzinski, discusses Immigration Executive Orders with host Tom O'Shea during Legal Lines, a cable television program sponsored by the York County (PA) Bar Association/York County Bar Foundation!

January 24 -  Mayor Kim Bracey of York issues Executive Order making York a "Welcoming City."  Read PIRC's response. 

 

 


 

 





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