from International Family Services
Learn about adoption tax credit benefits what it takes to qualify for one as well as receive tips on how to calculate it and ways to avoid filing delays.
Check out the latest pictures of those adopted from China from 2011 to 2012!
Download the press release from the Council on Accreditation President Richard Klarberg to Carol Mardock regarding their granted accreditation renewal.
Read the story of teenager Valery Silva, adopted from Russia. Here you can find an article about his adjustment to life on a farm in Oregon.
As of March 11, 2011, single women may now adopt Chinese children from China’s Special Needs System. This provides the requirements for application.
While not a legal document, this gives information regarding readoption and foreign birth certificates in the state of Texas. Legal resources are provided.
As of November 2010, USCIS fees increased in both the I-600a and the I-800a forms as well as the for the Certificate of Citizenship and fingerprinting.
This form grants permission to International Family Services to use all forms of your photos that you wish to provide for publications such as newsletters.
Families who have adopted from countries like China, Russia, Ethiopia and Ukraine will have a final adoption decree of their child from the foreign country.
Here you can see the waiting list for children who have special needs in China provided by the Chinese Center for Adoption Affairs.
July 16th, 2016