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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 Brooke Mead, Hilary Greene and staff 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
67 East Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Tel: (413) 445-4881
Fax: (413) 445-4802
Free parking is available on non-metered streets surrounding downtown and in front of our office on Allen st. for 1 to 3 hours or more as indicated by street signs. The streets near the court house (on the opposite side of the traffic circle from our office) provide up to 3 hours of free parking.
Metered parking by the hour is available on downtown streets and in city parking lots - many of which are close to our office.
Where to find us:
We are located on the 2nd floor of St. Stephen's Church, easily identifiable as the big brown church by the traffic circle in downtown Pittsfield. The Church's address is 67 East st., but our entrance is on Allen st. through the big red doors.