Consult with a us immigration attorney. It is too early to tell and Uscis has not started processing applications. Get in touch with an attorney as soon as possible to allow them to update you as to any new orders being placed into law.
Most likely you will qualify. Make sure you have paper evidence you were here on 11.20.2014, and make sure you don't do any spring cleaning or receipt/paper shredding before next May
The answer to your question depends on many factors yet to be determined and information from you yet to be known. Each potential applicant's situation is potentially different and to give you the best answer a personal consultation with a qualified immigration lawyer taken after the actual start of the program would be in your best interest
I agree with my colleagues, and add one other piece of advice: do NOT leave the US without advance parole. Doing so will cause you a lot of trouble.
Under Pres. Obama's 11/20/14 announcement of DAPA (Deferred Action for Parental Accountability), you should be able to qualify for the Work Permit, Social Security and Deferred Action on Removal (suspended deportation). It should start working in May 2105.
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