If you were arrested and fingerprinted, the record of that arrest still exists. What was once referred to as "expungement" is now called "record restriction" to make it more clear that law enforcement and government will still have access to records. Having your record restricted means that potential employers and other members of the public will not be able to see the records of an arrest. But if the DACA authorities search your history they will probably be able to find the information. Whether they deny you on that basis will be up to their policies.
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