Michigan Division of the Polish American Congress

PACThe Polish American Congress, Michigan Division (hereafter referred to as “The Division”) is a local division of the Polish American Congress Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “The Congress”), which is a national organization.  The Division and its members, both individuals and organizations, shall adhere to and be bound by the “By-Laws of the Polish American Congress”.

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Windfall Legislation in the 117th Congress

Polish American Congress is urging everyone to call their representatives as more congressional cosponsors are needed for to the proposed bill known as the Social Security Fairness Act 2021. It will help to ensure that a person receiving a pension from 2 government sources, such as US and Poland, is not penalized and their pension is not unjustly … [Read More...]

A REALLY BIG BIRTHDAY CARD – A 4th of July lecture by Zbigniew Kantorosinski

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zdh3GRskbgc&t=1346s Last weekend as America celebrated the anniversary of this country’s founding and independence, the Kosciuszko Foundation made available a lecture online by Zbigniew Kantorosinski, who served as Chief of the Germanic and Slavic Division, Library of Congress. The lecture was about an unusual … [Read More...]

Office Closed July 2021

NOTICE The Michigan Division office of Polish American Congress will be closed for the entire month of July 2021 for a summer break. Any requests for assistance can be made by calling the office at 313-365-9400 and leaving a message. Someone will get back with you. You may also drop a message into the mail slot or email it to the … [Read More...]

A Call for Legislative Action

Please view 2 format letters you may use regarding US legislative actions, in each the House and Senate. You are encouraged to send it to your US Congressman and our 2 US senators seeking support from them for the current proposed resolutions for the Social Security Fairness Act 2021. One letter format can be used by the individual voter and the … [Read More...]