You may try and apply but given your age you may have some issues, be careful.
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What seams to be a simple question raises enormous complexities. The questions you would have to answer you would not want to memorialize in an AVVO writing. I strongly suggest you talk with your grandma and ask her to inquire with legal counsel concerning the legal dynamics related to your particular situation. That is really the best way to proceed.
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