Her status is dependent upon your authorized stay. Typically as you state, the I94 should have an expiration date and should not state D/S.Ask a similar question
Just type in: "N/A, D/S". D/S stands for Duration of Status. Let USCIS break their heads and figure out themselves what the actual expiration date is or should be. That is not your responsibility.
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Put as it is on I-94, as D/S, Enclose a copy of a card.
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