You can keep the approved I-130 for your father and send an 1-130 for your mother with a check, When her I-130 is approved you can have both of them file out the green card paperwork. It is best to consult an attorney.
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You do not need to cancel your father's I-130. But you should communicate with US immigration officials at the National Visa Center (NVC) to be sure that your father's case at the NVC is still open. You should file an I-130 for your mother. After your mother's I-130 is approved, you will then be able to do NVC paperwork for both your mother and father to apply for permanent resident status.
I strongly suggest that you consult with an immigration attorney, to have the best chance of success.
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Sharmila- file for your mother.
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