Welcome to PICC's Website!

The Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition is a diverse coalition of more than 50 member organizations and hundreds of individuals.  Our mission is to represents the needs of immigrants, migrants, refugees and other new Americans living in Pennsylvania to policy makers, public officials, and the general public.  We seek to advance immigrants' rights and to promote their full integration into society by advocating for fair policies that welcome and sustain immigrants.  PICC brings together community groups, social and legal service providers, mutual assistance associations, unions, faith communities, immigrant leaders and concerned individuals to share knowledge, identify problems and work together to promote solutions. 

Immigrants make significant economic, civic, and cultural contributions to Pennsylvania. Click here to read more. 
 
 


Need an immigration lawyer? PICC does not provide legal services for immigrants and refugees. Please refer to our legal services resource page for providers in Pennsylvania and other helpful information. 


Each year, PICC volunteers help thousands of new citizens register to vote. We are always interested in finding more volunteers! Click here to find out more information about volunteering with PICC's Civic Engagement Project. 


  

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA):   Please click here for a full list of upcoming information sessions and free legal clinics in eastern Pennsylvania or to download an informational flyer (available in ten languages).

What's New

  • 04/15/2014

    After years of organizing by immigrant communities and their allies, Mayor Nutter will sign the Executive Order to end ICE holds in Philadelphia this Wednesday, April 16 at 11am. Please join PICC and the other members of the Philadelphia Family Unity Network (PFUN) for the signing ceremony to celebrate this historic event!

  • 04/07/2014

    Hello PA Dream Act supporters!

    Since the beginning of the year, immigrant youth and allies have been visiting members of the Senate Education Committee, and based on these conversations, we know we have enough votes to get the bill out of committee! All we need now is for Senate Leadership to bring it to a vote.

  • 03/26/2014

    Register to join PICC's 2014 Annual Immigrant Advocacy Day.  Immigrant and refugee families and allies from across Pennsylvania will gather in Harrisburg on April 29 to speak to legislators about issues important to refugee and immigrant communities. On Monday, refugee leaders from around the state will participate in a day-long leadership training. Then, on Tuesday, refugee leaders will be joined by immigrant communities and allies from across the state for a short advocacy training in the morning and visits to legislators in the afternoon. Register online!