Deferred Action for Eligible Immigrant Youth
Summer 2012 Information Sessions:
Wednesday, Aug. 1
Esperanza College (cafeteria)
4261 N. 5th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140
Event flyer in English and
More information: Call Jenn Schifano, 215-324-0746, ext. 218
Thursdays August 2, 9, 16, and 23
Consulate of Mexico
The Bourse Building, Suite 310
111 S. Independence Mall East (5th St. near Chestnut St.)
Philadelphia, PA 19106
An ad-hoc coalition of nonprofit organizations is working together to provide these information sessions to the community.
Additional information sessions will be announced shortly. Langua ge access in additional languages is expected to be available.
Ad-hoc partner organizations include: Dream Activist Pennsylvania, Esperanza Immigration Legal Services, HIAS Pennsylvania, Nationalities Service Center, Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizenship Coalition, Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians. This is a partial list; the group is still in formation.
Protect Yourself! Don't Be a Victim of Immigration Fraud
Immigrant youth and families should be aware that some fraudulent and unlicensed practitioners claim to be qualified to practice immigration law.