Yes - based on what USCIS has told the public so far, it sounds as though you would meet the educational requirement for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
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Subject to the publication of the final USCIS directives on August 15 this year, I assume it is OK if you are still enrolled at high school, working towards graduating thru a GED.
You have a good shot ... meet with an attorney ASAP.
Franco Capriotti - Senior Immigration Counsel
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Enroll into a GED program and consult an attorney to make sure you're not overlooking any other factors.
Best of luck,
Sanjay Paul, Esq.
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