No. Once your son becomes a USC and provided that he is 21 or older at that time, you would then be eligible to adjust based assuming you are otherwise admissible.
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A permanent resident child can not provide any immigration benefit to the parents. He must first become naturalized after he is 21 years of age and then file a relative petition for you to be able to adjust your status to permanent resident.Ask a similar question
You do not appear to be eligible to adjust through your LPR son. However, you may be eligible to do so if he becomes a citizen.Ask a similar question