Posted by: crisdiaz24 | May 2, 2009

KEY TO ADOPTION

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ASSIST, ATTEND, BACKGROUND, COUPLES,  DOMESTIC, EXPAND, INVESTIGATION, JOURNEY, NEEDS, ORIGIN, PARTNERS, PROGRAM, RESEARCH, SHARE, STAGES, STEP, STRETCH, TRIP, VOYAGE.

Adoption is just one of several ways that you can build or EXPAND your family. When deciding to embark on your adoption JOURNEY you’ll need to answer a number of questions which will help you determine which direction is best for you and your family.

In the beginning STAGES of research, you’ll want to ask yourself some important questions. For example, is it important that the child we adopt share our racial or ethnic BACKGROUND? Have we done fact-based RESEARCH regarding the different types of adoption? Are we drawn more to DOMESTIC infant adoption, adopting an older child from foster care or adopting an infant or older child from abroad? Are we interested in being able to SHARE information about or build a relationship with our potential child’s biological parents? Have we researched the different avenues of adoption, such as using an agency, attorney or adoption facilitator?

International Adoption is just one of several ways to build your family. In most cases, international adoptions are finalized in the country of ORIGIN so once you come home with your child, he or she is already legally yours. There are a number of countries that work with U.S. COUPLES hoping to adopt, so identifying which country works best for your family is usually the first STEP you would take when moving forward.

Things to consider when adopting internationally are: age, gender, race and medical NEEDS If you’re unsure about what would work best with your family, a qualified adoption professional should be able to ASSIST you in identifying the most important requirements, which will ultimately help you decide what country PROGRAM will work best for you.

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