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How hard is it to adopt a child from another country?

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2007-10-04 16:45:29
2007-10-04 16:45:29

Some aspects are easier than domestic adoptions, others are harder. It depends on what country you are adopting from. It is helpful to use an agency familiar with both the country you are adopting from AND your state.

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you can't adopt children from any country but china is very hard to adopt a child from try other Asian countrys like Thailand Indonesia, malya

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There is a high possibility and it's worth seeking out, but also there are lawyers that will help you adopt if all else fails. You can also adopt from other countries, but China is very hard to adopt from (they want the money) and girls are the first to be adopted out. There is also Russia, but a lot of red tape and a lot of money because they insist you go to Russia (just had a girlfriend adopt a child from Russia and it was a nightmare, but she was successful.) Good luck & God Bless

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If you're illegal you're not a citizen -- not hard really

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