jrigole
jrigole asks:
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Does a American mother have the right to complain?

Does a mother have the right to complain? Every body thinks that her American daughter is born in her husband’s native country Greece, because her husband raises her daughter the same way he was raised, when he was an infant/toddler/child. Her husband has been her daughter’s primary care giver since birth. When her American daughter has visited Grease and every body in Greece thinks her daughter is born in Greece and it is impossible to tell that she is born in the United States. Her Greek husband is a very good father to her daughter, and she speaks/reads/writes Greek as fluently as English. She and the child’s biological father are Americans that are not of Greek origin. The biological father of her daughter has abandoned her when she was a baby.
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perry1751
perry1751 writes:
yes why not? i mean if you do something bad or something she doesn't like she can complain.
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123456789G writes:
check the law
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