Can an illegal alien give a baby up for adoption and will an adoption agency help with that process?
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ate adoptions. that is one easier way to go about adoption. ANYONE CAN GIVE UP A CHILD FOR adoption.
ate adoptions. that is one easier way to go about adoption. ANYONE CAN GIVE UP A CHILD FOR adoption.
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No they can not. In the case of being a minor parent the minors have the same rights as adults to decide.
Answer . There are two options. The child can be reliquished to the care of juvenile social services and become a ward of the court. Or a private attorney who specializes in adoption and is registered as such with the court of jurisdiction. Some states allow private adoption agencies which are li…censed and bonded by the state, to assist both the adoptive parents and the parent(s) who is giving up custody. (MORE)
No , the girl would not have to give up her baby however if social services see that you are struggling or your mother or father say they wouldn't help you then however they might take the baby from you. But other then that it's the mothers choice. If you do want to give the baby up for adoption oyu… will also need the fathers approval. Answer Finally if you are pregnant, the answer to your question is no. No, no one will make you give up your child for adoption, unless there is reasonable cause to think that you cannot take care of the child. At 14, you will be unable to get your own apartment or get a job or even drop out of school. You need your high school diploma or GED to be able to get that good job and you will need immense support and help from a parent to support you and the father and the baby or just you and the baby. No, you don't have to give up your baby for adoption, but please consider what is the best option for your child. You can go to this website and find a housing for you and you baby in the state you live in if you feel staying in your own home might be unsafe. lovingandcaring.org/need-help/ and if you do want to consider adoption, this place can give you a place to live. pregnancyhotline.org/ Good luck. (MORE)
Answer . If you care about the future of your baby, it would be best to follow your parents advice. 1. Do you honestly think that you can provide for the educational and financial needs of a child? It costs a lot of money to raise a child and let's face it, you still don't have the resources to d…o that on your own. What skill do you have that will make employers want to beat down the door to hire you so that you can provide for your child. Do you have enough education that you will be able to give your child the emotional stimulation that he needs when he starts attending some of the AP classes in highschool? It's quite natural to believe that a mothers love is all that the child will need. But the truth is, at some level the child will resent you for being poor and un-educated. You aren't doing him any favors by keeping him and raising him as a single mother. 2. Think about the challanges to YOU as a single mother. What kind of future do you expect? I'm sure your parents will help where they can but it's a big burden and more than a reasonable person would expect of someone else. The advice of your parents is good, even though it may seem like a difficult thing to do right now. In the long run it will be best for both you and your child.. Answer . No, a mother who is of minor age, is presumed by law to have the same rights as a mother who is considered an adult. The young lady cannot be forced to place her child for adoption, have an abortion, or sign over custodial rights. If she does not have the support of her family or others, she can petition the court for emancipation rights. The court will grant said petition for the purpose of allowing the young lady to receive any needed assistance such as Medicaid. The following agencies can supply information and assistance if it is needed; Birthright, 1-800-550-4900, http://www.birthright.org and Planned Parenthood 1-800230-7526, www.http://www.plannedparenthood.org.. Answer . No they cannot, but they can refuse to pay for it. As long as you do not sign any papers they cannot make you give it up.. Answer . No, a minor is presumed by law to have the same rights to her child as would an adult mother. A minor's parents cannot force her to place her child for adoption, have an abortion or sign over custodial rights to anyone else. For counseling and assistance visit Birthright, http://www.birthright.org or call toll free, 1-800-550-4900.. Answer . No. It is your baby and your decision. You may consider it for the baby's sake, but it is totally up to you. No one can sign the adoption papers except you and the natural father.. Answer . No. If you are pregnant your parents can not force you to indanger your child. They might tell you or try to convince you but You and your baby's health is your choice. (MORE)
Answer . When the minor illegal alien is adopted, the minor child gains the citizenship of his adopted parents, so when he/she is adopted they become a US citizen if their parents are US citizens.
There are no financial costs involved with relinquishing a childfor adoption. There may be, however, great emotional costs thatshould be closely evaluated before such a final and irrevocablestep is taken. Answer2: There is no cost to give up a baby, but states willrequire consent to be in writing an…d done before a judge or othercourt-appointed person. This applies equally to biological mothersand biological fathers who have established paternity. Many stateshave designed programs to help ease the transition for all partiesinvolved. This includes children, birth parents and adoptiveparents to prevent anxiety, trauma, coercion or other negativepsychological effects that may come during an adoption process. (MORE)
Its called being responsible. No mother wants to give a child up for adoption, nor should she be put in a position that she has to. That is a wound that will never heal. And every child has a right to know its mother's love. If denied it the emotional scars will pervade its whole life. Few adopted c…hildren are contented children, many carry the guilt of thinking it is their fault that they were abandoned.( And there is a little something out there called STD's.) (MORE)
Yes, you can adopt an illegal alien. The parents of the child haveto give up all parental rights over the child.
as every mother k nows you get attached to youre child after holding him or her just one time but when you love somthin so much but you know you cant properly care f for the child so you give it up up for adoption even though this gives you painbut you know that its for thebest even though at the ti…me it may not feel liit is (MORE)
If you are currently working with an adoption agency but have signed no papers concerning placing your baby up for adoption can you change your mind at time of birth?
YES! Sign NOTHING. Keep your baby! They cannot take your child until you sign. DON'T SIGN. And while you're at it, don't let them IN the hospital, keep them out, try parenting and don't let anyone guilt you into making any type of adoption plan. PAP's will get another baby, this is NOT about them. T…his is about what your child needs, and that is YOU. (MORE)
I don't think so - but this is a very sensitive subject so I think you need to seek proper professional help. Also perhaps try talking to your parents if the situation allows for that. Take Care. Legally you can not force your child to give up the custody. They are the guardian of their child and n…ot you, no matter how old they are. (MORE)
Contact a local adoption agency. They can arrange prospectiveadoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you haveregarding the idea. You can also talk to the hospital social worker where you have yourbaby. They are trained to help you not only in making yourdecision, but also in helping you… decide if you want an openadoption (one where the child can find you when he or she is grown)or a closed adoption (one where the records will be sealed). In addition, they work with various adoption agencies, and will beable to help you in deciding which one to use. Answer also: Please contact your local Social Services departmentthey will be more than happy to give you information. (MORE)
i do think they should keep their baby if they are ready for it. If they know it for a fact that they do not want to give their baby up and wants to keep it then teens if you are in the middle of junior high or high school find a trusted adult to watch your baby through out the day and when you get …home and get your business done then spend time with your baby so they know who their mom is thanks for your time please please teens take my advice (MORE)
Yes, you can give a child up for adoption without going through an adoption agency. It's called a private/independent adoption.
In moderation, although it is best to abstain. Whether the child is to be put up for adoption or not should make no difference to the way you treat your body during pregnancy.
Yes.... It is not da best choice but you could if you dont feel ready
Yes as she is a 17 year old girl, with no way of supporting her baby, it would be in the best interest to give the baby for adoption without the parents consent.
Adoption agencies in British Columbia facilitate both local and international adoptions. They are all licensed by the Provincial Government and provide adoption services throughout British Columbia. Here is an adoption recource site that gives more detail: http://www.adoptionbc.com/bc_adoption/bc_ad…option_agencies (MORE)
i think its a good idea only if you know that you can not support that child. you need to think about the baby and make sure that the child has a good and happy life if you truly love the child and care for him or her.
Yes.......You can choose your rate of seeing your own child. If you don't want to see them you you don't have to! If you want to you can!
I think you have to respect her decisison. SheÂ´s the one who has tolive with it and not you. To make that decision is never easy andshe probably didnÂ´t make it without a lot of thinking back andforth. If the future shows she has made a mistake that will be onher. And IÂ´m sure she knows that…. Answer2: You cannot stop her if the decision is made. However, gether to go to your local Social Services Department , they can giveher assistance and information that can help in her decision. Thereare programs for low income families, assistance with finding ahome and other resources available to her. (MORE)
No, you are the guardian of the child even as a minor. No one canmake you do anything unless you prove to be a unfit parent.Yourfather or even the father of the child can not make you give up thechild for adoption. Answer2: Your father cannot make you give up your baby. What he maybe is overwhelmed …and anxious that his child is having a child. Hemay be anxious as to whether you can finish school, whether he hasto help financially to take care of the baby since you are stilltechnically his dependent. He may be worried that the baby's fathermay bail on his responsibility. With all the negative, there aresome positives to consider. Visit your local Social ServicesDepartment for all information available to you. A number of youngmothers do their best to raise their children with love anddiscipline and some succeed. I admire your bravery for carryingyour child full term, give it all your best to raise your child theright way. Almighty God will bless you and your efforts. (MORE)
Contact a adoption agency. They can arrange prospective adoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you have regarding the idea.
Does an illegal immigrant father have rights to his American born baby if the American mother gives the baby up for adoption to her family?
You are addressing two unique problems. Illegal immigrant status and a mother who is putting a child up for adoption. The mother, by law in most states cannot give a child up for adoption without the father's permission. (If the mother is under age this is another hurdle you will need to face.) Y…ou will need an attorney to see you through the legal problems you will face if you want to stop the adoption. The sooner the better as many judges are behind the fathers rights to his child, but many more are very sensitive to the best interest of the child and will not be in a hurry to disrupt the relationship a child has formed with his primary care givers even in the case where she or he should not have been in their care. There are many legal aids groups available for a reduced fee or pro-bono if the cost is a consideration. (MORE)
Contact a local adoption agency. They can arrange prospective adoptive parents and meeting to discuss the options you have regarding the idea.
If a child is underage, there are ways a parent/guardian can force their child to arrange an adoption. However, it is always better to compromise and negotiate with children, even if they are not responsible enough to make that kind of decision, they are entitled to be educated and warned of the pos…sible outcomes and hardships that come with raising their own children. Parents/Gaurdians who want this for your child, make sure that you approach it with love and support while keeping firm on the options that you give. As parent you don't want to make a child resent you. And I'm sure that you can understand how hard it would be to give up a child. Legally though you can not force your child to give up the custody. They are the guardian of their child and not you, no matter how old they are. (MORE)
You can give a baby up for adoption anywhere that you live in theU.S. The people who adopt the baby may not live in NY though.
no, not at the spur of the moment, you need to make pre-arrangements. But if it is arranged and legal and all , Yes it happens that way often, usually after 48 hrs are given to birth mother , to give her a chance to decide for sure. I am looking into adopting a baby girl if anyone is looking for… adopting family. am right here waiting (MORE)
I have to wonder if you would give up your child if you had given birth to him. Anyone can give up their parental rights and if so the teen will end up in foster care until he is 18 and then he's on his own. You just contact the agency again. i do urge you to try every other way out though. Adoptive… children usually didn't have a easy start in life and if kids usually are harder to deal with during puberty, a adopted child might act up even more. That doesn't mean they don't come out of it one day and become responsible adults. To be there is a parent's job. (MORE)
There really are only 2 reasons: If they don't want to be parents but is against an abortion.
You get the medical expenses paid but you can not sell your child, that is illegal. Instead be grateful that the baby comes to a good family that you get to choose.
The Ups 'n Downs of Giving Up Your Down Syndrome Baby WikiAnswers contributors share their thoughts on this sensitive topic: . Although the pain, suffering, and regret of giving up a child are DEFINITELY cons, if the baby has not yet been born, then you don't know if the baby really had dow…n syndrome. Many people I've been in contact with were supposed to be "mentally challenged," but turned out to be just as mentally sharp as the rest of us. . Being the religion I am, I honestly think this is very wrong to even think about giving up your child, just because of his/her mental disability. If you are struggling financially, this may be a smart idea, because you would want your child to live a happy life. So, that would be a pro, but a con, like mentioned above, is the regret you'd feel just because you gave your baby up. No matter what the condition, I believe it to be very, very wrong for you to give a child away because of a struggle you may face ahead. These "different people" are not aliens. They are normal people with a soul and heart. If you help and support, they can lead a very fulfilling and normal life. Please take this to heart and think VERY carefully, because once you give the child up, you won't get him/her back. . - Losing the love of your child, who would love and adore you more honestly and openly than any "normal" child. - Not learning to accept a person, no matter their faults. - Not learning the true meaning of parenting; doing the best you can for each of your children so they can reach their full potential. - Forever regretting your decision. . In the real world, keeping a Down's syndrome child would be a heavy burden unless you have a lot of money like Sarah Palin. If you are in the US, the social services system has been so limited by political ideologues that you can't expect much help from the government. Do you have a close family that can help with this child? Would you be able to work if you had to? Are you a single mom? All of these things have to be considered in the real world. The religious are more worried about a fetus than caring and spending money on underprivileged children that are already living amongst us, so take their advice with a grain of salt. (As evidenced by their strong support of Republican political views) (MORE)
Not in any state is anyone but the female carrying the fetus decide what to with it. trying to force her to is illegal. She will need a lot of support to do this and only if she or the father are unfit as parents will the state take the child in custody. You had her and I'm sure you can imagine how …horrible you would've felt if someone tried to make you give your daughter away. (MORE)
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Didn't want to have a baby, had it by accident, didn't want to killa new life. Or, they don't have enough money to take care of it.Or, in the very very very very rare case, they may just hate theirbaby's traits. Answer also: I read it's also because parents may lack thefinancial means to raise a c…hild and may not be aware of resourcesavailable to low income families. Also, If a parent is in anabusive relationship, she may not want her baby to experience thesame hardship especially if she doesnt receive support. Also, bothparents may have disabilities that makes raising a child difficultwithout outside support. A teen may also choose adoption if shefeels she is too young, sometimes women do not want to be a singleparent, they may also choose career over being a mom or an olderwoman may feel she cannot handle the demands of raising a child.Reasons are so varied. (MORE)
Juno was going to have an abortion but couldn't go through with it. However she still felt like she didn't want the child herself and put it up for adoption
Same reason you would if you were a 16 year old mother whos boyfriend left her...
How about loving and caring for it? The child didn't ask to come into this world, and as an adopted child myself, I can say that when you find out your adopted, your life starts getting really strange. And NOT in a good way. I'm sorry if I come across as pushy, or rude as these are not my intenti…ons. This topic makes me very emotional =P (MORE)
It means having a baby, and you don't want it. So you give it to another family.
no you can put your baby up for adoption anytime but its too late to get an abortion
Contact a adoptive agency and they will help you finding a family etc. Also make sure the child's father is OK with it or if he wants custody.
This suggests that the dreamer has been given or assigned to a task or project that they would like to "give away." The dreamer feels responsible for something but would rather be free from that responsibility.
No, because that would be like selling your baby and that is inhumane and also illeagal
Not in the USA. Only the biological mother decides this and even if she wanted to she could not do it without the father agreeing to it. They might be underage but they have the same rights as all parents to decide regarding their child.
Well, discounting the psychological cost, yes. Infertile couples routinely pay 5 figures for the privilege of adopting a baby.
They don't feel ready to parent yet, They can't take care of the child themselves due to finances, school etc. The court find them unfit to parent. They never wanted a child and found out too late they were pregnant. The father left so now they don't think they can be a single parent. The…re are many many individual reasons. (MORE)
My Dear, this is a choice only you and the father can make. You are the ones who have to live with the decision so no one else can make that for you. It's not easy to give up a baby nor is it fair to keep it if you are not capable of caring for him in the best way. Make a list of how your life will …change, because it will w/e you choose, and be realistic. If you are a teen living at home speak to your parents. They can help. (MORE)
What should a 15yr old girl do if she wants to keep her baby but her mom wants her to give it up for adoption Is there help out there for her if her mom kicks her out?
Well first off, do not let your mother tell you what to do if you don't agree. It is your child and it is your choice. Good for you for trying to get help. I suggest seeking the help of a friend if you are kicked out. Try and get support from the father of the baby. Talk to a school counsellor, I am… sure they would have advice, some knowledge and possibly past experience? If you google your local area, I am sure there are hotlines that provide advice and support. You need to ask the people in your life for help, people you wouldn't necessarily consider as being a part of your life. Even teachers could be of assistance. Maybe research if there is a teen mom group in your area? They could definitely offer support and advice. If it comes down to it, try and stay with a friend, or another relative. A homeless shelter is the last place you should consider. (MORE)
What does it mean if you dream about the father of you unborn child wants to give up the baby for adoption?
Nothing. Unless the father says something it could just mean you're having nightmares. If he stopped helping you out an everything when you got pregnant then that's probably where the dream came from but unless he says he wants to it doesnt mean anything.
Not unless you live in Utah but you can ask the court to terminatehis rights if he never has contact with the child for instance.