How to be a real American: Meet your new country, from your grandparents
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A few years ago, I was living in New Zealand and was trying to decide which country to live in.
The idea of living in a country where I could have my own life was intriguing.
I knew I would love it, but I knew that I would have to go through the whole process of getting my citizenship document and finding my birth certificate.
My mother is from Ireland and her parents are from Northern Ireland.
My grandmother is from Northern Irish, and her family is Irish.
When I think about it, it’s not a big deal because I’m from the U.K., so that’s how I ended up in the U., not Ireland.
That was the main obstacle.
I just had to go on the Internet and read all the info and get all that information.
That’s what made it so easy for me.
I found all of the information online, and it was very, very helpful to me.
Now, I’m going back to the U and it’s just like any other country.
When you go to visit family, it doesn’t matter what the country is.
I’ve already been to every other country I’ve been to and I can’t imagine how difficult it is to go back.
But it’s so exciting to be back.
A few years ago, I was living in New Zealand and was trying to decide which country to live in.The…
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