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Absolutely. If the child is no longer in the care of the other parent,y you may have a very strong basis to seek a change of custody assuming, of course, that you have a strong relationship with your daughter. The court makes such decisions based on what it determines is in the child's best interests. That requires considering all facts that impact the child's care such as a parent's frequent relocations and/or absence.
The relocation to California is likely not something that you can effectively raise if it happened some years ago and you never acted to challenge that relocation. The newest relocation of the parent certainly affects an analysis of what is in the best interests of the child if she left the child behind in the care of grandparents,
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