- Orientation of local resources and referrals to community services
- Assistance with housing, jobs, and educational opportunities
- Interpretation and translation
- Enrollment in English as a Second Language classes or study with private tutors
*info en español abajo What do Obama’s Immigration Changes Mean for me? Find out at our mini-workshops! When: Tuesday December 2, 9 and 16th 9:30am Where: Come to BIC, 88 South St. Pittsfield to register at 9:30; workshop held close to … [Read More...]
What’s happening with immigration? Find out at our workshop TUESDAY November 25 at BCC! We applaud President Obama for taking the first steps to fix our broken immigration system and are so proud of all the different sectors of our movement that … [Read More...]
*info en español abajo More information/info importante: http://www.stopnotariofraud.org/ Cautions About the Expected Administrative Action on Immigration With major media outlets talking about the prospect of administrative action on … [Read More...]
*enlaces con info en español abajo Dear Clients and Friends, USCIS is still accepting INITIAL applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA and now will begin accepting DACA RENEWALS for those who qualify. Applicants … [Read More...]
June 4, 2014 Dear Valued Clients and Friends, The Berkshire Immigrant Center is very happy to announce that two of its staff members, Director Hilary Greene and Program Coordinator Brooke Mead have recently been acknowledged by the Board of … [Read More...]
National Immigration News Updates from the Berkshire Immigrant Center (BIC) Please call 413-445-4881 to make an appointment to discuss any of the programs below For more information about BIC, visit: www.berkshireic.com 1. Parole In Place for … [Read More...]
Three new Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to spread widely as Congress debates immigration reform. [gview file="http://berkshireic.com/files/2013/06/PSA1.pdf"] [gview file="http://berkshireic.com/files/2013/06/PSA2.pdf"] [gview … [Read More...]
(A bill to legalize the status of undocumented immigrants has not passed.) DO NOT Do not go to "notarios publicos” for immigration help. Do not apply for a “legalization” benefit before the law passes. Do not pay anyone to complete … [Read More...]
Click below to read the first edition of our new newsletter and let us know what you think. BIC Newsletter Fall 2012 [gview file="http://berkshireic.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/BIC-Newsletter-Fall-20121.pdf"] … [Read More...]
We are happy to announce that as of February 2014, the Berkshire Immigrant Center is accredited by the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA)! This designation enables Director Hilary Greene and Program Coordinator Brooke Mead to provide legal representation and to make direct inquiries to USCIS on behalf of clients. We are grateful to the following law firms for supporting the Center as it works to implement BIA best practices to provide a higher level of service/representation to our clients.
The Law Office of S. Michele Sisselman
Pittsfield & Chelsea MA
The Berkshire Immigrant Center
88 South Street ( First Baptist Church 2nd floor)
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Tel: (413) 445-4881
Fax: (413) 445-4802
Enter on the right side of the building facing the Pittsfield Cooperative Bank. We are on the second floor. If the door is locked, ring the bell on the left side of the door.
There is a metal handicapped ramp leading up to the entrance.
After 1 pm you must ring the doorbell on the left and we will come down to get you.