Under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, you do not qualify because you had already turned 16 at the time you entered the United States. However, if you are detained by ICE, you may qualify for a related process known as prosecutorial discretion. That means the government may decide to permit you to remain in the US and apply for a work permit rather than to spend time and resources deporting you. However, you should still be very careful and avoid being detained. It is not an affirmative program; it is something best reserved as a defense if you are unfortunate enough to be detained. It is a discretionary process so there is no guarantee you would be approved for it.