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Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center Moves to New Offices

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February 28, 2019
Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center (PIRC) Moves to New Offices to Accommodate Continued Growth, Enhanced Services
PIRC, a nonprofit legal services organization that provides free, effective legal representation, legal counsel, education, and advocacy to help immigrants obtain or protect their legal status, announces it is moving its headquarters to a larger office space in York, PA to accommodate continued business growth. 
PIRC, which celebrated its twentieth year in 2016, will leverage its new office space to accommodate additional staff and expanded services for clients. “We are fortunate to have a highly skilled and passionate staff with six new members joining the team since last August", said Mary Studzinski, Executive Director. “As immigration policies continue to change in ways that negatively impact immigrant families, PIRC's growth fuels our commitment to serve the most vulnerable immigrants and their children in our community and throughout the state on Pennsylvania."
The office telephone line and direct lines for staff will remain unchanged. The new office address for PIRC, as of Friday, March 1, will be:
294 Pleasant Acres Road
Suite 202 
York, PA 17402

About PIRC:  
PIRC was founded in 1996 on the principles of service and access to justice in response to the indefinite detention of the refugees of the Golden Venture. PIRC’s work is focused on giving voice to the most vulnerable immigrants in detention and in our community. PIRC provides free, legal services, education, and advocacy to help vulnerable, indigent immigrants obtain or protect their legal status. PIRC serves two immigration detention facilities, nine counties within south central Pennsylvania and other communities in Pennsylvania. To learn more about PIRC visit www.pirclaw.org.  


Courtney Lewis, Deputy Director