It is vital that you make sure you are qualified before you apply. They have indicated that they will be “spot checking” applications and giving interviews for quality control and when they suspect fraud. They will also be issuing an NTA (the form putting you into deportation proceedings) if you apply and are rejected and you meet the guidelines for NTAs.
Fraud is going to be a problem. There are going to be Notarios and other non-lawyers who will tell you you can apply when you can’t Please do not a be a victim and speak to an immigration attorney. This is too important to mess up.