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Adopt From Haiti!
Adopting from Haiti is still an option! It is understandable how this fact may get lost among news of various struggles. There have been a few pauses as the Haitian government made structural changes to the nation’s intercountry adoption program in the years following the earthquake that devastat...
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Adopting from Poland
Saint Mary's International Adoptions shares some of their experiences in Poland adoptions!
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Adoption Immigration Forms
This document addresses the I-600 international adoption forms.
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Building the Foundations of Attachment
Sometimes the rules are different for our adopted kids. Whether or not we like to admit it, their playing field was forever altered when they left their birth family.
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Coming Home - Ukraine Adoptions
Read up on Grace International Adoption Agency's Ukraine Program!
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Delayed Launching
Adopted Adolescents and the Not-so Empty Nest: Parents who have the idea that their adopted adolescents and young adults who have experienced trauma will be on the same path and pace as adolescents who have not had such experiences are bound to be disappointed. A huge part of parenting is accepting...
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Older Child Adoption: Suggestions/Insights/Things to Ponder
Adopting an older child holds many unique blessing and challenges. Here are some things to think about before bringing your older child home!
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Pros and Cons of Open and Closed Adoptions for the Involved Parties
Use this pro/con list to help guide you in what type of adoption is best for you.
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Sharing our Father's Joy
In the United States alone, approximately 510,000 children are in the foster care system, and over 100,000 of them are waiting to be adopted. The statistics are tragic, but that doesn’t have to be the end of the story. Brokenness doesn't have the last word.
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The Facts on Open Adoptions
Open, or fully disclosed, adoptions allow adoptive parents, and often the adopted child, to interact directly with birth parents. Family members interact in ways that feel most comfortable to them. Read more!
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Who can be Adopted?
Adoption laws vary among countries. A child must qualify for adoption under the laws of his or her country of origin in order to be adopted. Each country has different requirements for children to be eligible for adoption. Find out more in this article!
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