For the NACARA Law, citizens from different countries qualify; like Nicaragua, Cuba, El Salvador, Guatemala and several of the countries that belonged to the Soviet Union. For each country in particular, there are different conditions and privileges. Next, we will see how the law is applied to citizens of El Salvador and Guatemala.
- It can be requested by people who requested asylum on or before April 1, 1990.
- Persons who arrived in the US on or after September 19, 1990 can also qualify; and they were registered in ABC or TPS (Temporary Protected Status) before October 31, 1991.
- They can also benefit the wife or husband, or children under 21 years of age, as long as they are in US territory, regardless of nationality.
- You must prove you have been in the US for 7 continuous years without leaving the country: since each exit from the US should not have been greater than 90 days or the total time that was outside the US should not have passed the 180 days .
- The Nacara law does not have an expiration date for citizens of El Salvador or Guatemala.
At the Law Office of the Attorney Petro, we offer you the correct advice, so that you can obtain this benefit as it does not have an expiration date.
If you are considering applying for The Nacara Law, contact our immigration specialists today at (213) 309-9123.