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2016 KOREAN ROOTS TOUR
 

2016 KOREAN ROOTS TOUR – It is time again to be thinking about a summer tour to Korea.  AIAA, along with two other stateside SWS (Social Welfare Society) agencies, sponsor the Korean Roots Tour.  It has received rave reviews.  Check out the brochure with its wonderful itinerary.  Any questions, contact Jan Adler in Post Adoption Services on Mondays:  (248) 362-1207 or jan@aiaaadopt.org.

 

Korean Roots 2016 Brochure
 

Korean Roots 2016 Registration Form

 


 

HERITAGE CAMP: Four day culture camp for interationally adopted children and families connected through international adoption.

 

SPONSORED BY:  Families for International Children

WHERE: Grand Rapids, Michigan

WHEN: First full week of June 2016

CAMPS OFFERED: Preschool, Global, Teen, China, Eurasis/E.Euro, Latin America and Korea.

**REGISTRATION: March 1-April-1  fficgr.org  616-956-6760

 

 SPLENDER OF THE EAST 2016 SIGHTS AND SOUNDS OF ASIA   

 

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016 7:00 PM

 

FORD COMMUNITY & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

 

FOR TICKETS PLEASE VISIT WWW.CAPA-MI.ORG

 

                           capa flier 3-1-16.pdf                                                                              

 

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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