Consult with an experienced immigration attorney who is going to need to get specific information from you and a more clear picture of the situation.
you may also want to make an info pass appointment at the USCIS and ask a officer. USCIS.gov
Your parents' immigration status will have no effect on your ability to stay in the U.S. Since you are a green card holder, the only way you will lose it is if you spend excessive time outside the U.S. or commit a crime that makes you deportable. Your parents may have issues coming back to the U.S., however. You may want to consider naturalizing and becoming a U.S. citizen.
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I agree with attorney Mulder.
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