Question by ems: Adoption Agencies….?
Does anyone know any good International Adotion Agencies?
Money is not the problem. I don’t understand how I would go about adopting from another country. Can someone please explain the process? Can someone recommend an adoption agency, maybe one you’ve used or a friend to adopt a child
Answer by Independant
They’re all good at getting kiddies. You have to be more specific about “good” and include how much money you have to spend. It will make a big difference.
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Question by Zuko: Is there really a difference between anti-adoption and pro-reform?
I haven’t been around in awhile, but taking a look around today, I’ve seen a lot of downing on the anti-adoption bias on these boards.
I know that I personally think the system needs a HUGE re-boot… but I also know that I’m not anti-adoption.
My question is for the other side of these boards… I’m wondering if you guys see a difference between anti-adoption and pro-reform or if they’re essentially the same to you.
Also, for those of you who ARE happy with your experiences, is there anything you would change about the adoption system?
I’m just curious… and I’m honestly not trying to be snarky or start a Y!A battle.
Answer by tish
sure there’s a difference. and it’s not as nuanced as many wish to make it. the bottom line: most SUPPORT ethical adoptions of kids who are in need of famiies.
what many of us are critical of, is the trend of finding babies for people who can’t have them, at the expense of fmother and adoptee loss and explotation.
also, it’s almost becoming consumerism when people are trying to “special order babies”, claim babies in the wombs of other women, manipulate biology and science to get a kid, and turn a blind eye to the racism, corruption (just look at guatamala), profit, greed and entitlement in the industry, all in the name of “having a baby.”
in other words, if adoption is for kids who need homes (and not contrived situations like, poverty, youth or marital status) most are fine. but when there is a “demand” for a certian type of child, over others; or coercive practices employed to ensure a successful placement, with limited “birthmother interference”; or when women are made to feel like breeders and are left with limited choices other than renting their uterus to meet their mortgage, it gets a bit nasty.
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Question by guatemama: I am adopting from Guatemala. Anyone here experience this process?
My husband and I are adopting a 2 yr old boy from Guatemala. We are in the PGN process right now and hope to bring him home this summer. I would love to hear from anyone that has adopted older children and had to overcome the language barrier. And advice would be welcome. We would like to keep him bilingual and I plan on taking a Spanish course this fall and taking our new son with me.
I guess I should have known I’d be asked why we didn’t adopt domestically. I’m used to answering it by now….though it’s kind of like asking someone “Why do you drive a Toyota instead of a Dodge?” The answer is….you do what you do and it’s no one else’s business really.
But the answer to WHY we went internationally instead of domestically is because we fell head over heals in love with a big brown eyed boy with chubby cheeks and a toothy grin that needed a pair of zapatos (shoes) as well as a mommy and daddy.
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Question by carold913: Pregnancy and human rights laws?
If you were pregnant and went to the Hospital to deliver your baby and the hospital went behind your back to get control of your newborn baby, because they believed you are homeless and have no family or friends. Soon as you give birth to your healthy baby, the FL.,HRS Dept steps in and takes your newborn. The 2nd Circuit Judge says “you will never see your baby unless you put her up for adoption and he put you in jail to force you to give your baby up for adoption.” When your released from jail, the Judge and HRS threaten to harm you baby if you do not going alone with what they say and sign the adoption papers. what would you do if this happen to you? any and all suggestions are welcome.
This events is happening in America not only to this women but to Numerous Minority Women. Florida’s Health and Rehabilitation Service, now called, Dept of Children and Family Service is stealing newborn babies from their parents. This women was not on drugs, had no crimmial records, had no health or psychogical problems. She is a college graduate and was single at the time of the birth. HRS gave no reason as to why they stole this women’s baby. Tallahassee Memorial Hospital is where this event occured. The Judge at the Second District Court who is involved has warned all attorneys against representing the Women. i hear it is very hard to get a lawyer for this type of Dependency case. if a judge is involved in the kidnapping of minority babies who would dare file a case against him. See the Movie “The Rabbit Proof Fence”. For a Idea as to the cause of this Constituational violation of Human Rights in America.
Answer by josephmaja
I barely dont know the law in US,but you have the right to fight for it,,,,its your baby,I can only suggest to go ask the help of any pastor for prayers and advises,,,For sure that they can help you in all aspects….
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