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Americans for Internation Aid and Adoption

We have three wonderful boys from Eastern Europe who need families.

Ari is 4 and has Spinal Muscular Atrophy. Inquisitive and social with adults and other kids. Sings familiar songs and taking part in group activities. Excellent information on his medical condition.

Ashton is 13 and bi-racial. Bright, inquisitive, interested in cooking and technical activities. Likes telling jokes, is artistic, inclined to protect children who are weaker. Draws beautifully, reads well.

Ian is 14 and born on the 4th of July. Happy with a good sense of humor. Likes school and has good memory and attention. Plays football and listens to music. Demonstrates care for others.

Please help share this information with people.

For further info and these boys, contact rebecca@aiaaadopt.org.

 

The Adoptive Parents Committee will be hosting  our 36th annual conference

We will be having Q&A with representatives of State Department, USCIS and NBC

The conference is Sunday Nov. 20th in NYC

There will be over 70 educational workshops., exhibit hall and tapestry bookstore We also will have CEU'S for social workers available

We also will provide certificates of training for families

www.adoptiveparents.org/ info@adoptiveparents.org

 

NEEDING FAMILIES FOR KOREA. SHORT REFERRAL TIME

FAMILIES WITH COMPLETED HOME STUDIES, CALL OR EMAIL TAMMY  tammy@aiaaadopt.org.

 

 

Now the excitement begins. One of the first things that you need to do before beginning the process to adopt a child from overseas is to educate yourself:

  1. Go online and research all sites pertaining to agencies, children being placed, costs, travel, US Government, agencies’ and overseas requirements;

  2. Join adoptive parent group or talk to other families who have adopted internationally;

  3. Read everything you can find about risks and rewards of international adoption.

GETTING STARTED WITH AIAA
 


KOREA:  OPEN INTAKE. IF YOU HAVE A COMPLETED HOME STUDY, CALL OR EMAIL TAMMY@AIAAADOPT.ORG. Either sex, most likely a boy, up to 12 months of age at time of referral. Children with moderate or significant medical issues wait for families. NEW PROCESSING REQUIREMENTS WILL REQUIRE 2 TRIPS.
 

BULGARIA: PILOT PROGRAM FOR OLDER KIDS AND THOSE WITH MEDICAL SPECIAL.  Regular program for younger children ON HOLD.
 

NEW LATIN AMERICAN AND AFRICAN PROGRAMS: Pending 
 

CHINA SPECIAL NEEDS:  Partnering with Bay Area Adoption Services to do Home study and Post Adoption Services for the placement children with special needs from China with Michigan families. BAAS is #2 - in the WORLD for children from China! Please call AIAA office for further details.
 

HOME STUDY/POST PLACEMENT/POST ADOPTION SERVICES FOR MICHIGAN FAMILIES: Contact AIAA Office regarding these services for international adoptions. For further information on other Placement Programs, go to www.RAINBOWKIDS.COM, click on “Agencies” and indicate what country you are interested in.
 

NOTE: US State Dept issues adoption country updates and travel advisory, www.adoption.state.gov and www.travel.state.gov.
 

EDUCATION: Check out www.adoptionlearningpartners.org for Internet classes.

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