Your sister will not be able to come on that petition. A separate petition would have to be filed for her. You can do so and your mother can do so when she becomes a resident.
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Unfortunately your sister will now be able to benefit from the I-130 filed for your mom. The immediate relatives' category does not permit dependents. Please call for a consultation.
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No. The fastest way for her to immigrate is for you mom to petition her as soon as she becomes a legal permanent resident.
How long it takes depends on how long it takes for the priority date to become current. The movement of priority dates cannot be predicted.
For the latest visa bulletin see http://www.engnishimura.com/priority-dates/current
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You should look into getting a student visa for her so she can attend school here. I'd suggest hiring an attorney for assistance.
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Unfortunately your sister can not benefit from an I-130 petition. The best bet would be for your mother to file for her when she gains status. In the meantime, you could look into student visas for her. I would consult with a local attorney so they can extract every relevant fact and give you the most accurate answer possible.
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