NACARA IMMIGRATION LAWYERS LOS ANGELES

Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act

NACARA is a program that grants permanent resident status to certain nationals of El Salvador and Guatemala. Certain family members of NACARA applicants are eligible to apply for permanent resident status based on their relationship to the principal applicant.

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The basic requirements for NACARA applications for Guatemalans are: (1) they entered the U.S. on or before October 1, 1990; (2) they registered for ABC benefits before December 31, 1991 or applied for asylum before April 1, 1990; and (3) they were not apprehended upon entry to the U.S. after December 19, 1990.

Nationals of El Salvador must meet the following basic requirements to be eligible for NACARA: (1) they entered the U.S. on or before September 19, 1990; and (2) they registered for ABC benefits or TPS before October 31, 1991 or applied for asylum before April 1, 1990; and (3) they were not apprehended upon entry to the U.S. after December 19, 1990.

Spouses and children who were minors at the time that the parent was granted Nacara could be eligible to apply for Nacara. Children who were over 21 years old at the time that the parent was granted Nacara are eligible only if they entered the country prior to October 1, 1990.


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