You can petition him, but adjustment of status based on that petition is highly unlikely. He would only be able to adjust status if 1) his priority date is current, AND 2) he qualifies for 245(i).
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You can definitely petition your son, but will not be able to substitute for his now estranged wife.
A married adult son's petition takes years to process. He will need to make up with his wife if he doesn't want to be removed.. Nothing else will help. A political asylum claim will not carry any credibility at this juncture..
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You can petition for him, however that kind of petition takes about eight years to have a visa number available. What is strange about your fact pattern is that he has an approved I-130 from a U.S. wife and has not applied for adjustment of status. Consult with an Immigration attorney.
Dear Sir, in a first consultation, I would try to determine whether your son would be eligible to petition for himself based upon an abused spouse claim. If not, then I would see if he has any other basis to adjust status such as a prior petition or cancellation of removal. Then see if he is eligible for asylum or withholding of removal. Then consider your petition to acquire residency as a last resort since that has a long priority date. I would still consider your petition though as a long term back up option. We would really need to do a full consultation to figure out the best option. Best regards.