She can prepare the Immigrant Petitions for her parents now, and as soon as she passes the examination and obtains a Certificate of Citizenship, she can file those petitions with immigration.
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Her parents are immediate relatives and they are not subject to quota. As soon as she has her naturalization certificate, she can petition your parents and as soon as the petition is approved, her parents can apply for their green card.
She can petition only after she is granted U.S. Citizenship.
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