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I, the mother, have been living in the US for seven years and own a small business
No, a green card holder cannot sponsor their parents. If your son obtains his citizenship (eligible after 3 years if his marriage is to a US Citizen), then he can sponsor you as an "immediate relative", a visa for which there is no quota.
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