Then unfortunately, I do not have good news for you. I ask that you please do not shoot the messenger as I am not at fault for the broken system of immigration laws we have in the U.S. Take a look at this link:
Even if you were to use the second chart, the chart for persons that maintain their independent legal status in the U.S. like F-1, the date there is still 2010 for F2B category which is son or daughter over 21 of U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents. This means that only I-130s filed on or before that date in 2010 can now be used to get Residency. So you would have about a 6 year wait and that's IF you can maintain your F-1 or other status until then. I am truly sorry. You will most likely have to do what most students do which is graduate, get OPT, then get H-1B and hopefully a green card from an employer. Can your parents file an I-130 for you and you still graduate and get OPT and H-1B, etc. and then get a green card through them? Yes, but I recommend that you do that after you graduate and get OPT because F-1/OPT require non-immigrant intent and a pending I-130 is evidence of immigrant intent.
You could also look into the MAVNI program and U.S. Citizenship through U.S. Military service. Here is a link:
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