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Meeting Your Adoptive Child
When prospective adoptive parents set out to find that special child, their goal is to meet their adoptive child. Meeting your adoptive child makes the process of adoption, with its lengthily procedure, worth the time and hard work. When informed by an adoption agency that there is an adoptive child for you, from that day forward, your main ambition is to meet your adoptive child.
Adoption Photo listing
Adoption Photo listing is done in every state and most international countries. To those who may not know what adoption photo listing is, it is where an adoption agency or the local Division of Social Services has pictures and information of children for adoption on the internet. This is done to improve the chances of the child for finding a family. There are more than 100,000 children in the United States in foster care and hundreds of thousands around the world in orphanages or substitute care. All the children listed on photo listing are for adoption and need a permanent home. Most of these children have special needs. Many of the children are over the age of seven, and the majority of the them are much older. These children have physical, emotional, mental and/or learning disabilities. You will find several sibling groups that wish to stay together. In all states you must have finished your home study before you can adopt.
General Rules for Adoption
There are different types of adoption and there are different places where people can adopt children from. Every adoption has guidelines and a specific protocol. However, there are general rules for every adoption. There are requirements and restrictions when adopting a child, no matter which type of adoption is chosen or where the adopted child is from.