You made NO personal decision to enter America illegally. Thus you have done nothing immoral.
No man is perfect and thus we deal with men who do somethings right and somethings wrong. Regardless of what we like or dislike about a president should not enter into whether we should accept a particular offer. Our decision should be based on whether or not it is moral for us to accept the offer being made.
Is the offer itself moral or immoral?
If the offer is immoral, we should not accept it.
But if the offer, itself, is moral, then we need to ask, is it moral for ME to accept it?
Abortion, itself, is immoral. We cannot accept government aid to carry out an abortion. It may be harder, but we must do the moral thing and trust in God. Men certainly should provide for their woman and children.
Food Stamps, themselves, are not immoral at all and, in fact, quite moral. It is most moral to sustain life. Food is essential. If I am so poor I cannot feed myself or family, it is moral for me to accept food stamps. But, if I refuse to work to provide for myself and family and prefer to waste my money on frivolous things, then taking food stamps may be immoral for me.
I intentionally avoid discussing your immigration status because I do not know enough about your circumstances and the "offer."