There are several different possibilities for your family to join you in the U.S. It would depend in part on how you obtained permanent resident status.
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Same way like everyone else, you petition her, wait about 4 years and she will get her LPR status - this is a good illustration of why doing it the way you did is not a very good idea had you been USC, she would have been your immediate family member and the time wait could have been under a year
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Your facts are a bit confusing.
Are you a Canadian Citizen that has US Resident status (obtained via the Diversity Visa program) with a commuter endorsement?
Talk to an immigration lawyer, showing him/her your documents ... the process of relinquishing your commuter status might be relatively easy.
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