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    Programs that provide information and/or services that deal with the topic of immigration.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CASA PennsylvaniaSince 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.YorkCASA PennsylvaniaCASA Pennsylvania
    HIAS Pennsylvania - Community Education and OutreachCommunity 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 - Immigration Legal ServicesImmigration Counseling and Representation includes: -U visas and self-petitions for survivors of interpersonal violence -representation to unaccompanied, abused or neglected immigrant youth - Family reunification including Petitions for Alien Relatives - Political asylum - Adjustment of status - Relief from removal (deportation) - Replacement of documents - Travel documents - Extension or change of immigration status - Representation in US Immigration court.Philadelphia*Main Site (Hias and Council Migration Service of Philadelphia, Inc.)HIAS Pennsylvania
    Irish Immigration Center - Immigration Services - DelawareImmigration advice, U.S. citizenship services, Irish Passport and citizenship services, Senior and youth programsDelawareIrish Immigration Center - DelawareIrish Immigration Center
    United States Coast Guard - Coast Guard Mutual Assistance: General Assistance ProgramCoast Guard Mutual Assistance (CGMA) provides essential financial aid to the entire Coast Guard family, chiefly through financial counseling, short-term interest-free loans, financial grants, referrals, and other related means. General Assistance may be provided when unexpected events or expenses cause a serious financial burden and financial need is demonstrated. CGMA General Assistance differs from CGMA Emergency Assistance because the qualifying circumstance does not immediately endanger personal well being or require urgent help. Certain eligibility and assistance restrictions apply, and are outlined in the CGMA Manual. Examples of Authorized General Assistance:
    • Adoption,
    • Child Support,
    • Childcare,
    • Family In-Home Day-care Facility,
    • Financial Counseling,
    • Government Travel Cards,
    • Household Furnishings,
    • Immigration Fees,
    • Insurance,
    • Loss of Income,
    • Moving Expenses,
    • Non-Emergency Travel,
    • Non-Support/Inadequate Support,
    • Past Due Bills and Expenses,
    • Pay, Travel & Allotment Problems,
    • Vehicle Repair,
    • Vehicle Other Expenses.
    United States Coast GuardUnited States Department of Homeland Security
    York County PrisonThe prison’s mission is to house in a safe and humane manner all adult offenders committed for offenses committed in York County, and to provide inmates with the opportunity to participate in programs that will successfully help them reintegrate into the community. Inmates may be pretrial detainees awaiting trial or those already sentenced by the Court of Common Pleas. The prison also houses federal immigration detainees in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The facility has an official capacity of 2,522. YorkYork County PrisonCourts and Criminal Justice, York County Government

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