Financial guidelines are in the discretion of free immigration lawyers PA programs administrators.
Potential clients are eligible if their income falls at or below 125% of the federal poverty guidelines.
The programs mentioned below can assist INS detainees who want to remain in the U.S.
AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania - Address: 1211 Chestnut St Ste 1200 Philadelphia, PA 19107 Phone: 215-587-9377 Fax: 215-587-9902
Cases: AIDS/HIV, Housing, Immigration, Public Benefits, Prison Issues
Restrictions: Clients must be living with HIV/AIDS.
Philadelphia VIP Volunteers for the Indigent Program - Address: 42 South 15th Street 4th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19102-2505 Phone: 215-523-9550 Fax: 215-564-0845
Cases: Housing, Immigration, Public Benefits
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center - Address: 3214 N. Market Street York, PA 17402 Phone: 717-846-1956 Fax: 717-845-8700
Counties: Berks, Lehigh, Snyder, York
Cases: Immigration, Individual Rights, Juvenile
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