No. Permanent residents cannot petition for parents; only US citizens can.
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You must be a US citizen and over the age of 21 in order to petition for your parents.
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You will need to naturalize (become a United States Citizen, not just a Lawful Permanent Resident), and be over the age of 21 before you can petition for your parents.
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