An I-485 is an application to adjust status, generally based on an approved or pending immigrant visa petition. If that is the basis for the I-485, then there must be an approved or pending visa petition.
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If she needs to travel, you can apply for an I-131 but I would talk to an immigration attorney about this issue first before filing.
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Your question is unclear. Is your question about the I-130 or the I-131 (travel document)? If the I-131, why do you want to apply for that? Those issues aside, assuming that your daughter does not have any ground of inadmissibility that apply to her, it sounds like a straightforward adjustment case. I still recommend that you consult an attorney, as people often think they can do these cases themselves and regretfully find out that they can't.