Yes you can file for her. Because she is married she is no longer a child for immigration purposes.
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It is possible to file an i-130.
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You can file for her, but of course the large difference in your ages will be a factor for USCIS and the Embassy to consider along with her young age, and whether she had the permission of her parents to marry. since she is not in the US, the Embassy where she will process her visa will be familiar with the customs and laws so the consent issue should not be a problem if it is what you say.
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