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I have an unusual problem. My grandson lived with me for most of 2011 due to family issues. My daughter allowed me to put him on my 2011 tax form because I basically supported him throughout 2011. At the end of 2011 my grandson moved back in with his mother and is no longer my dependant. Question: When I fill my AOS do I need to put down that my grandson is/was my dependant since he was a dependant on my 2011 Income tax return? I have called USCIS, I have called National Catholic Charities and can get no answer. Please someone, give me an answer!!!

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