How would you go about adopting your friends child from another country?
They are unable to take care of him and asked if we would take him.
Go to that country and ask for help from any organization doing this sort of balancing the population on earth.You will get help but take your credit card.
Read on the Internet forums etc. for adoption, international adoption of children. You will need to research about laws in that country, how long and how much does it take for you to adopt children. Contact adoption organization in that country run usually by charitable organizations, then talk to a lawyer in that country, first by email. You should also familiarize yourself with adoption laws in your own country, what are the necessary preparation for your adopted baby. Good luck!
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by Sam Dolloff 7 years ago
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by SonQuioey10 6 years ago
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by Sophie 7 years ago
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by Carol Morris 2 years ago
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