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

Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center offers a wide variety of classes and programs to help in every step of the way throughout the immigration process. Learn more about our programs and resources below.

Removal Defense

The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center provides comprehensive legal services to immigrants facing removal or detention, focusing its services on immigrants detained in the York County Prison and the Berks Family Shelter.

immigrant survivors Project

PIRC provides free and confidential immigration legal services to individuals and families who have experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, and related serious abuses. PIRC also works closely with a network of victim service agencies across Pennsylvania (Immigrant Survivors Advocate Network).


Legal Representation

The Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC), a nonprofit organization founded on the belief of equal access to justice, works to protect immigrants’ rights to freedom and opportunity in the United States and saves the lives of the most vulnerable immigrants.


PIRC provides free, effective legal representation, legal counsel, education, and advocacy to help immigrants obtain or protect their legal status.