Andrea Joseph was born in Haiti on August 15, 1915.
She arrived in the U.S. around 15 years ago.
Her daughter, granddaughter and great-grandnephew helped her celebrate while she held up her citizenship diploma.
Her granddaughter Mildred Ogé said, "We told her that she was going to become a citoyen, which is a citizen in Creole French. She was excited, she was elated, overjoyed, even, that she finally can become a citizen of the United States of America. So it was definitely a great milestone in her life at the age of 103."
Joseph's great grand-nephew, Mckenzie Fleurimond is a commissioner for the city of North Miami Beach and is particularly excited to see his great grand-aunt vote next year.
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