Obtaining Public Benefits for Immigrants

Posted by on June 15, 2009

Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition

Are You Eligible?
Obtaining Public Benefits for Immigrants

A training for providers and advocates

When: Tuesday, July 7, 2009
8:30 am—12:30 pm

Where: 3535 Market Street,
16th floor, Room F
Philadelphia, PA

Topics covered include:

– How immigration status impacts eligibility for public benefits.
– How to access services available to immigrants.
– Advocating on behalf of immigrant clients.

Due to the interactive nature, we will be limiting the number of participants.  Priority registration will be given to providers and advocates working directly with the immigrant community on public benefits related issues. Please register by Friday, June 26, 2009.

Name: ___________________________________Title: ________________________________
Brief description of your role:______________________________________________________

Fee:       __ $30 (PICC members)        __  $35 (Non PICC members)

All participants will receive a take home training manual. Please make check payable to PICC. If sending check by mail, please include your completed registration form.

Registration form can be mailed, faxed or e-mailed

To:         PICC, 2100 Arch St, 5th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19101
Fax:         267-256-2119      E-Mail:     picc.trainer@gmail.com

Questions about the training? Please contact Susan Kim at 215-832-3481 or picc.trainer@gmail.com.

The Immigrant Access Training Project is supported by the Patricia Kind Family and the Claneil Foundations.
PICC is a diverse coalition that represents the needs of immigrants, migrants, refugees and other new Americans living in Pennsylvania to policy makers, public officials and the general public.

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