Depending on the type of visa your mother has, and/or her country of citizenship, your mother might or might not have problems upon her return to the USA. You need to provide more information. You should consult with an experienced immigration attorney about your case.
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Based on the information you provided, I don't think that there will be a problem, but Customs and Border Protection has the ultimate say in any attempted entry to the U.S.
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Mother should not have a problem being readmitted, unless she stumbles upon a CBP officer who walked up on his/her left foot that day..
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