International adoption involves adopting a child whose country of citizenship and/or residence is different than yours.
What is involved in an International Child Adoption?
This section will give you an overview of international child adoption and will give you the adoption specifics that vary from country to country.
Note that due to problems involved in the international adoption process, our Agency is no longer involved in the international adoption process. Additionally, the international adoption process is always changing and, accordingly, the information here may be outdated.
What is involved in an Adoption from China?
China has been one of most popular countries from which to adopt. The adoption process is straightforward, the children are generally healthy, and the CCAA and Chinese government are supportive of adoption by U.S. citizens and citizens of other countries. On this link you will find information to help you in the China adoption process.
What is involved in an Adoption from Guatemala?
Currently, a US citizen cannot adopt a child form Guatemala. The information in this section of the website was applicable at the time when Guatemalan adoptions were allowed for U.S. citizens.
What is involved in an Adoption from Russia?
Currently, a US citizen cannot adopt a child form Russia. The information in this section of the website was applicable at the time when Russian adoptions were allowed for U.S. citizens.
What is involved in an Adoption from Other Countries?
Many other countries are participating in international adoption involving U.S. citizens. This site will help you with the requirements from many other countries.
Where can I find International Adoption Agencies?
On this international adoption agencies link you will find information about us, about adoption agencies in all 50 states, and several questions for you to ask the adoption agencies.
Can We Help Adopting Persons Living in Any State?
Yes, we can help you but only with a domestic adoption. We are licensed in multiple states and are able to help a birth mother, birth father, and adopting family living in any of the 50 U.S. states. Due to existing problems in international adoptions, our agency is currently not facilitating international adoptions and is not conducting international home studies.