U.S. immigration law does not allow dependents for "immediate relatives". The petition you would be filing for your parents would be in the immediate relative category (parent of a U.S. citizen), so while that would allow them to immigrate faster than other categories, it unfortunately would not permit them to have a dependent on their applications. This is the case regardless of your brother's age. If your parents immigrate, they can then file a petition on behalf of your brother. As it is very unlikely they will become residents prior to October, they will need to petition him in the F-2B ("Unmarried Sons and Daughters (21 years of age or older) of Permanent Residents") category. Currently, this category is taking about 7 years for visa availability. Note that your brother would need to stay single to be eligible for this classification, at least until your parents can become citizens. Hope this helps, best of luck!
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There are no dependents on petitions for parents.
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