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.
The situation of the Filipino child is a hard situation. The country is in a crisis right now and does not have the education system in place for the children or young people of the country. I feel that if the country wants to succeed it needs to put more of an effort in educating and supporting the children.
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
My fianc'e was adopted and when we get married we both decided to have our birth child and than go and adopt a child in need. I am so happy that he was even willing to try to adopt a child because he knew that when he was first adopted he was hard to deal with. Risk taking on his part is a big deal. He doesn't go for the "well, I don't think it's safe to do" sh*t. He goes for the, "What the hell, lets take a wing at it." He is such a good person. If you are a child looking for someone to adopt or is someone that has been adopted and wondering what you will do when you get older I can't tell you. Because that's your choice. But you can either be that great person who will always be there for the child needing someone to love it or you can be that complete jerk who is always stuborn and not even want to. I mean these children are live breathing people. I mean they will grow up and they will be wondering where was my family my whole life. What were they doing as I sat in my foster home waiting for them staring out my bedroom window at night. Or yeah, sure my foster fmaily was there on Christmas but where were you. When you go see a child to choose the one you want and they see you and you leave them sitting there and you never return they are helpless. What if that child gets adopted by a family that can't even support what they have. Remember though if you are a child looking for someone to adopt them I am planning in adopting when I get marrieed so you still have a chance. Your chaces will never run low. There are great people out there for you that can hold your hands through all the hard times and pat you on the back during the good times. i wish you luck. Lexi Cameron
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