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International Adoption

There are currently three pathways for international adoption. The first and most common is by way of the Hague Convention when the child is from a country that is signatory to the convention. The U.S. signed the convention in April, 2008. The other two pathways, if the Hague Convention does not apply, are for orphans and for children adopted overseas who have resided with their adoptive parents for at least two years.

Green Card Stamp – U.S. Passport

Green card temporary stamp on U.S. passports  – don’t believe what they say! Our two adopted children clients from Angola were approved for their green cards yesterday. This was a very happy event given how difficult it had been to assemble all of the correct documents from Africa. We immediately made an INFOPASS appointment with… read more