While you can’t apply for Deferred Action for Parents (DAPA) just yet, you can start getting ready by learning the Do’s and Don’ts of DAPA:

The Do's

USA Check Do:  Collect documents to prove your: identity, presence in the U.S. on November 20, 2014, continuous residence in the U.S. since January 1, 2010, relationship with U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident child.
USA Check Do:   Get information from iAmerica.org and help from reputable community legal services organizations or attorneys.
USA Check Do:   Contact the consulate of your home country to get your ID.
USA Check Do:   Save money for filing fees. Currently filing fees for deferred action are $465.
USA Check Do:   Visit our page on all things DAPA to get more facts, find out if you qualify and much more.

The Don'ts

X Mark Don’t:   Travel outside the United States. Travel outside the U.S. before you are granted DAPA and permission to travel may make you ineligible for DAPA. If you are found trying to return to the U.S. after traveling, you will NOT be eligible for DAPA. Don’t take a chance – don’t travel outside the U.S.
X Mark Don’t:  Tell others that you are applying for DAPA. The information that you are applying for DAPA may mean that you do not have work authorization. This information could cost you your job.
X Mark Don’t:   Give money to "notarios" or scammers who promise to help you apply for DAPA. It is not yet possible to file a DAPA application. People asking for money before knowing what the application looks may be trying to trick you.