She can still sponsor you. Only her card has expired. I would submit proof that she has filed to renew her card such as hte approval notice. She may be able ot renew online
She is still a resident , but USCIS may require proof she has renewed is has attempted to renew her green card
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Yes, but she should renew her card.
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Her Green Card may be expired but status does not expire with that card's expiration date. As long as her status was not revoked by a judge, etc., she should be able to cosponsor you.
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