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15. Who is eligible for Adjustment of Status under NACARA section 202?
  
  To be eligible for benefits under section 202 of NACARA, you must:
  
 
  Be a national of Nicaragua or Cuba
   
 
  Have been physically present in the U.S. continuously, since December 1, 1995 (absences totaling 180 days or less allowed)
  
 
  Be admissible to the U.S. under all provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act, except these specifically exempted by NACARA
  
 
      212(a)(4) -- public charge
      212(a)(5) -- lack of labor certification
      212(a)(6)(A) -- present without admission or parole
      212(a)(7)(A) -- lack of valid immigrant visa
      212(a)(9)(B) -- unlawful presence
  
 
  Apply before April 1, 2000

16. Who is eligible to apply for Adjustment of Status under the Syrian Adjustment Act (P.L. 106-378)?
  
 In order to be eligible for INS Adjustment of Status under this law, you must:
  
 
  Be a Jewish national of Syria
  
 
  Have arrived in the U.S. after December 31, 1991, after being permitted by the Syrian government to depart from Syria; and
   
 
  Be physically present in the U.S. at the time of filing the application to adjust status. In addition, all applicants, including your spouse, child, or unmarried son or daughter must:
  
 
      Apply for adjustment of status under P.L. 106-378 no later than October 26, 2001, or have applied for adjustment of status under another provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) and request that the basis of that pending application be changed to P.L. 106-378
      Have been physically present in the U.S. for at least one year after being granted asylum
      Not be firmly resettled in any foreign country and
      Be admissible as an immigrant under the INA at the time of examination for adjustment of status

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