At this point only if you fall in lave with another US citizen and get married and he would need to sponsor you. Your child can file for you after he/she turn 21.
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It doesn't sound like you have any basis for remaining in the USA at this time. You may want to discuss your situation with an experienced immigration attorney who will determine whether you have any other alternatives.
Unfortunately, your us citizen child can petition for you only when he turns 21. Otherwise, your options are limited to either a marriage-based sponsorship or some lesser common grounds, eg, victims of domestic violence or crime.
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Because you do not have a legal status i the US, you need to discuss your situation with an experienced immigration attorney. The U.S. Government does not give you a status simply because you have a U.S. citizen son (since he is not 21). But there may be other options depending on when your B-2 status expired.
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You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who will interview you in depth to see what options you may have. You have presumably been out of status for more than five years. Simply having a five year old American son does not grant you any status, nor does having been lied to by the child's U.S. citizen father.
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