The DACA program is the US immigration policy that allows some foreigners
who have entered the country illegally in childhood to receive a two-year period of “Deferred actions”. That is, they will not be deported within two years. Additionally, they can even get the United States work permission. The DACA program extends to all those who have entered the country under the age of 16 and have lived in the USA for more than five years since June 15, 2007. However, an immigrant has to stay in US at the time of the DACAadoption, in July 15, 2012.
However, “Deferred actions” is a temporary status, not an amnesty. DACA also does not foresee getting a Green Card and the status of a US citizen.