I filed a petition for my married daughter I-130, I know the processing period for this category this time is more or less 20 years If something happen to me is my petition be revoked, can my son who is also a US citizen can take over or continue my petition for my daughter?
If you passed away before your daughter immigrated, she could apply to have the petition reinstated if there are humanitarian grounds to warrant this. If she is residing in the U.S. on the day that you died, she could invoke the survivors law, and be allowed to immigrate to the U.S.
Your son cannot "take over" the petition.
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