If you arrived after you turned 16 you do not qualify for deferred action under the Napolitano June 15, 2012 Memo.
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You must meet ALL the requirements, including having entered the US while under the age of 16.
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My colleagues have advised you on this, correctly. One bright spot in your immigration history is that you came to the United States legally. If you are ever in a position to be sponsored for permanent residence by an "immediate relative" -- through marriage to a US citizen or through your parents if by chance they were to become US citizens -- then, assuming you have never left the United States since arriving, you could be eligible to apply for a green card.
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