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My mother janine was born out of wedlock and her farther has nether been in the picture.
my grandmother married a US service man and lived with him on diffierent stations in the UK, Europe, and USA, since 1972 and for at least the last 30 years has lived in the USA, she was naturlised in 1976 in the states.
my mother lived with her on and off, when she was a child, but nether whilst they were stationed in america ( she lived with her aunt whilst her mother was in america). however when my mother was 27 she, me, my brother, and my farther all moved to america on green cards and lived there for 2 years.
My grandmother became an american citizen when she was 26, my mother janine was 6 years old when this happened and was living in the uk with her aunt, but that was nether official.
i lived in the US from the age of 2-4 1986-1988.
yes her mother sponsored all of us to live in the US
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