|CASA Pennsylvania||Since 2016, CASA has been serving South Central Pennsylvanians with services like citizenship classes, financial literacy, and social services in addition, to promoting civic engagement among the fast growing and diverse Latinx and immigrant populations.||York||CASA Pennsylvania||CASA Pennsylvania|
|Catholic Charities - Immigration and Refugee Services||Immigrant services include immigration consultation, assistance with paperwork such as green card or citizenship applications, adjustment of status "V" visas and "K" visas, family petitions and citizenship classes. Fees may apply.
Provides newly arrived refugees with basic needs and case management to help them get settled.
English as a second language classes are regularly offered. Translation services are available. Volunteer opportunities are available. Automobile donations accepted -- call for details.
||Lehigh||Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton County - Union Boulevard||Catholic Charities - Lehigh/Northampton Administrative Office|
| Church World Service - Immigration & Refugee Program||Additional number:
(717) 381-2891 Refugee and Cuban/Haitian Resettlement
(717) 381-2891 Match Grant Program
(717) 358-9728 Immigration Counseling and US Citizenship
(717) 358-9397 Refugee Employment Services
- Immigration Counseling : Accredited to give low cost legal immigration advice and assistance, representing clients before the Immigration Services and the Courts. Help clients fill out forms for a nominal fee. Experience with family petitions, citizenship, application for green cards, work permits, green card replacement, travel documents and more.
- Refugee Resettlement, Cuban/Haitian Program and Match Grant Program: Work with churches to resettle refugees who come to them through the US Refugee Program. Also works with individuals who have received asylum status. Funds are only available for those refugees who were resettled by their office or asylees who were accepted into their Match Grant Program.
- Refugee Employment Program: Assists in job search for refugees , asylees, victims of trafficking or Cuban/Haitian Entrants within 5 years of arrival to US. no fees charged.
Accepts donations of lightly used furniture and household goods in good condition. Pick up within the city only. Drop off accepted Monday-Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00pm by appointment only. No appliances. Only for refugees and Cuban/Haitian immigrants. Limited storage and manpower.
||Lancaster||Church World Service - Lancaster||CWS - Lancaster|
|Citizenship and Immigration Service||USICIS is a federal government agency dealing with immigration and citizenship issues. Services include:
-Issuance of green cards
-International orphan adoptions
-Investigation of reports of criminal and illegal aliens
-Issuance of certificates of citizenship
-Temporary work permits||United States Citizenship and Immigration Service||United States Department of Homeland Security|
|HIAS Pennsylvania - Citizenship Application Assistance and Classes||Provides free citizenship application assistance to elderly and vulnerable refugees and eligible immigrants.||Philadelphia||*Main Site (Hias and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, Inc.)||HIAS Pennsylvania|
|HIAS Pennsylvania - Community Education and Outreach||Community Education and Outreach Services include:
- Updates on immigration law and policy
- Voter education for new citizens
- Advocacy for the rights of the foreign born.
- Training sessions and technical assistance for advocates and service providers.||Philadelphia||*Main Site (Hias and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, Inc.)||HIAS Pennsylvania|
|HIAS Pennsylvania - Immigrant and Refugee Women and Youth Advocacy Project||Provides legal and supportive services to immigrant and refugee women and youth. Legal services include self-petitions under the Violence Against Women Act, U visas, assisting victims of trafficking, assisting unaccompanied or abused minors with Special Immigrant Juvenile applications. Assist with DACA applications.||Philadelphia||*Main Site (Hias and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, Inc.)||HIAS Pennsylvania|
|Immigration/Naturalization Legal Services Information||ImmigrationLawHelp.org is a searchable online directory of over 940 free or low cost nonprofit immigration legal services providers across the country. Only nonprofits that are BIA recognized or have attorneys on staff are included in the directory. Users can search ImmigrationLawHelp.org by state, zip, county or detention facility. Users can also refine their search by types and areas of legal assistance provided, populations served, languages spoken, other areas of legal assistance, and non-legal services provided.||Allegheny||ImmigrationLawHelp.org||ImmigrationLawHelp.org|
|Immigration Resources||Provides resources for new immigrants. Request legal counsel with immigration for residents of Allentown.
Services may include: translator, child welfare/immigration, citizenship/naturalization, deportation related concerns, drivers license assistance, green care application or renewal, passport assistance and other legal services
||Lehigh||Immigration Resources||City of Allentown|
|Irish Immigration Center - Immigration Services - Delaware||Immigration advice, U.S. citizenship services, Irish Passport and citizenship services, Senior and youth programs||Delaware||Irish Immigration Center - Delaware||Irish Immigration Center|
|JFCS Immigration Legal Services||For legal permanent residents: Immigration lawyers and representatives accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals provide consultation and assistance for anyone with limited financial resources. Help with applications for green cards, visa extensions, petitions for relatives overseas, affidavits of support, affidavits of relationship, status inquiries, and low-cost consultations on immigration questions. Support service referrals, such as ESL classes and employment services. Citizenship classes to help immigrants prepare for the naturalization interview.||Allegheny||JFCS - Refugee and Immigrant Services||Jewish Family and Community Services|
|Lutheran Congregational Services - Immigration Legal Services||Recognized by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) to provide immigration legal services for refugees, immigrants and others requiring legal representation. Assist with the completion and submission of green card applications, replacement documents, applications for travel documents, family petitions and applications for citizenship/naturalization.||Lehigh||Lutheran Congregational Services||Lutheran Congregational Services|
|Nationalities Service Center - Legal Services||Our legal team represents clients on a range of issues and aids them in seeking the most appropriate relief, including: family petitions, adjustments of status, consular processing, inadmissibilty and deportability waivers, removal/deportation defense, motions to suppress evidence, administrative closure based on prosecutorial discretion, asylum, withholding of removal, relief under the Convention Against Torture, cancellation of removal, U-visas for victims of certain crimes, relief under Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), T-visas for victims of trafficking, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Temporary Protected Status (TPS), Lawful Permanent Resident status, citizenship and naturalization, and other family based and humanitarian relief. NSC also advises clients and criminal defense attorneys of the potential immigration consequences stemming from an immigrant's contact with the criminal justice system.||Philadelphia||Nationalities Service Center - Philadelphia; Chinatown||Nationalities Service Center|
|Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center||Organization dedicated to providing legal resources, representation and educational services to immigrants.
||York||Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center||Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center|
|University of Pittsburgh School of Law - Immigration Law Clinic||Clinic personnel specialize in serving immigrants in removal proceedings and asylum cases, as well as survivors of domestic violence.
Clinic students represent immigrants requesting asylum, facing removal from the United States, and seeking special protection under the Violence Against Women Act. Students also help clients to overcome linguistic and cultural barriers that could impede their success in the U.S. legal system.||Allegheny||University of Pittsburgh School of Law||University of Pittsburgh|
|Vibrant Pittsburgh||Vibrant Pittsburgh is a central hub that helps foreign-born individuals successfully live in or relocate to southwestern Pennsylvania. The Center collaborates closely with numerous service agencies and plans to assist in expanding their reach to internationals and foreign-born who may only have limited knowledge of available resources & services.||Allegheny||Vibrant Pittsburgh||Vibrant Pittsburgh|