First steps

Sam32
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First steps

Postby Sam32 » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:23 pm

Hello, guys! I want to ask you a very important question. So, are you ready to answer it? I have a friend and he and his husband want to adoptt a chield, but they don't know out of what they should beggin. Have anyone of you adopted children? If yes, than can you share your experience, please. My friends would be very happy.
Lui
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Re: First steps

Postby Lui » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:45 am

Hi people. I am always happy to take part in our little conversation and share experience with you. So Sam of course I am happy that you decided to become a father, to my mind it is fantastic and right decision. Ultimately each process should start with consultations with some specialists in this branch, and important to say that you should be ready to consult with some representatives of law as for the questions in adoption procedure. First steps are always difficult but you should be determined in achieving success
Cris
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Re: First steps

Postby Cris » Tue Nov 28, 2017 12:20 pm

Good day to all the guys. It's a great question, because I'm also interested in it. Soon I'm going to become parents with my partner, we want to have a baby. And we are discussing the topic of adoption, since surrogate motherhood is not quite affordable for us. Therefore, any questions and answers regarding adoption for me are very interesting and useful. I hope to find here useful information and everything that interests me. I see here the guys are prompting the agency for the adoption of children, I will look at them in more detail.
Diego
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Re: First steps

Postby Diego » Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:04 pm

I know that at the first conversation in the ward, you will be given a list of the documents necessary to become foster parents or adoptive parents, and explain where they can be obtained and how to register. At the same time, the main documents are - certificates of non-conviction, income and health status. When the documents are collected and the training at the foster parents' school is completed, the guardianship specialist will come to your home, look at the conditions in which the child will live, and then give an opinion about the possibility of being an adoptive parent or guardian. With this conclusion, you can already search for a child, whom you will take in your family

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