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You cannot petition directly for your grand son unless you adopt him before he turns 16. If you mean to ask if your grand son can have U.S. Citizenship passed down to him through you, it might be possible. You were born in the U.S. or you naturalized? What is the U.S. status of each parent?
Ok, and the status of the parents of your grand son? Are either of them U.S. Citizens? Did you become a U.S. Citizen before your son or daughter turned 18? And sorry about the phone call request. I did not send it. That is an automated thing. Please ignore it.
Yes. Which is your child, the father of your grand son or the mother of your grand son?