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What is the difference between My sister who lives in US is a doctor. and My sister, who lives in US, is a doctor. ?Feel free to just provide example sentences.

Ok natives, do you see any differences between those two sentences?
My PC programme claims that commas have matter and gives a bit more information about speaker.
I find it a little exaggerated and unnecessary for usual learner...
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