Although the abuse maybe happened, but I hope my daughter will not be hurt more as the agency join the case and start investigation. So I want to know:1. If abuse is sure, my daughter want to move to New York and live with us together, will her requirement be satisfied?2. I need a social worker for more information. Do you know how to reach a social worker?3. I want to be my daughter's guardian, what qualification requirements has the government on kid's guardian?
Although the abuse really happened, but I still hope my daughter hurts less.
1. If the abuse is true the government will take a shelter for her, I worry that my daughter is not willing to accept. If my daughter likes to go to New York and lives with us together, is it possible to achieve?
2. I want to be my daughter's guardian, what is the guardians qualification of government?
3. I need a social worker for more information, how can I reach?
Please give me links of regulations and laws about custody
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