Yes, she can fly on her valid passport and visa (no TSA employee will look at her visa).
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Yes if her foreign passport is valid. You should always call the airlines if you want her to fly as unaccompanied minor. They all have different nuances to rules.
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If you applied for an extension be sure you travel with the original receipt notice from USCIS regarding the extension request, as well as any and all evidence that you applied for extension. Have a copy of the application for extension as well, so in case you are asked you can prove you asked for an extension, why you requested it, etc. If you have an attorney be sure to discuss fully with your attorney or obtain one to assist you.
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She can, don't forget to give her a copy of the receipt for the extension application.
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Yes, have her travel with a copy of the extension.
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