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Teresa Giudice’s eldest daughter, Gia Giudice, is officially a college graduate.

The 22-year-old graduated from Rutgers University Monday with a degree in criminal justice. Her “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star mom took to Instagram to gush over the accomplishment with a sweet photo of Gia in her cap and gown.

“I am so proud of my devoted and intelligent daughter, Gia, for graduating a stellar university, a huge milestone to accomplish in life,” Teresa began her tribute.

“Seeing you graduate college is one of the most special moments in my life. You definitely paved the path of success for your sisters, and you are an inspiration to them and me.”

Teresa, 50, wrapped up her homage expressing how “excited” she was to see what Gia’s future holds as both a “leader” and a “determined individual.”

“Your attributes are admirable, and I have no doubt that you will do anything less than reach for the stars. I love you to infinity and beyond!💗🎓,” the Bravolebrity wrote.

Gia responded in the comments section, writing, “I love you sooo much ❤️❤️❤️.”

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Page Six reported in February that Gia secured herself a job in immigration law following her graduation from Rutgers.

“You’re never going to guess who I just hired. The next generation. Get ready to welcome Gia Giudice to our team!” virtual immigration attorney Kathleen Martinez shared in a TikTok video.

In the comments section, Martinez explained that Gia “wants to help immigrants more than people realize,” adding, “her heart is so big for that.”

Gia also previously expressed a desire to go to law school after having first-hand experience at watching her father, Joe Giudice, be deported from the US.

“I’m in my final year at Rutgers University,” she told in January.

“And after I graduate, I am pursuing my dream of going to law school.”

Gia added that she hopes to become a “very successful lawyer” with a “lucrative clothing business on the side.”

As for Joe, Gia said that her dad is “doing really well” living in the Bahamas after initially being deported to his native Italy in October 2019.

“He’s working with a construction company right now in the Bahamas,” she said. “We’re very happy for him.”

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