She would likely need a waiver for the unlawful presence. You or your siblings can petition for her. You would need to file a provisional waiver for the unlawful presence. Once the waiver is approved, she would probably have to return to her home country for a month to obtain her Immigrant visa. This is overly simplistic and you really ought to consult a lawyer to get a better picture of her options and a time frame. Many of us offer free consultations. Find an attorney who you like and trust. Good luck to you.
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If you are US citizens, you can apply for her, but she will need a waiver. Maybe she will qualify for provisional waiver. You need an attorney to work with you, because it is complicated. The cost depends on the amount of work that needs to be done and attorney's rates.
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