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First steps

Posted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:23 pm
by Sam32
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.

Re: First steps

Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:45 am
by Lui
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

Re: First steps

Posted: Tue Nov 28, 2017 12:20 pm
by Cris
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.

Re: First steps

Posted: Tue Jan 09, 2018 6:04 pm
by Diego
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

Re: First steps

Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2018 11:16 pm
by Rob1012
As I told it before ,my husband and I have a daughter (10 years ago ).We adopted her when she was 4 years old .I can say that the best first step,will be getting acquainted with some children in order to begin understand them and feel them.Your friends will have an opportunity adopt a child who will be closer than others to their hearts .

Re: First steps

Posted: Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:07 pm
by Felix
So that you are not ignored in the guardianship agencies in advance, prepare a statement with a request to give a Conclusion on the possibility of being an adoptive parent in triplicate. The first copy should be delivered to the office of the institution where the specialist department is located, the second one will remain with you, on it the office is obliged to deliver the receipt stamp, indicating the date, incoming number and surname of the host, the third copy should be given to a specialist so that he can start working with you immediately, and do not wait for the incoming from the office. Optimally, if you can immediately bring at least some of the required documents on the list, at least be sure to bring copies of passports.

Re: First steps

Posted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:09 am
by Romario
Be blessed guys and very very friendly. I am going to tell you a little bit about my attitude toward adoption as a process of becoming parents. I have newer had experience in adoption procedure. But truly say if there is some other life situation I would immediately try adoption just because I think that all children need family and those people who need children should give family to these children. I am sure that all of us can adopt baby, but there is some other question... Laws. It is a little bit difficult

Re: First steps

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2018 4:07 am
by Tyler
Goood morning. I am glad to write here without any doubts and words .For example you might that all couples have some certain risks while using this program. It is natural. But for you not to have any problems and any hesitations I strongly recommend to try the variant with the consultation. It seems to me that first steps of this program you might to appreciate all consultations and so on. Be sure in your steps and everything will be quire okey. You will be okey i think!!!

Re: First steps

Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 8:18 am
by Bart
How are you going to spend this day? What about weather in your countries? Is it good or bad? First steps should be very clear!!Children in all orphanages want to live in family, to have parents, to feel love. They just want to live an ordinary live. It's your choice, you choose which child you want to adopt. In such places we can talk with workers to understand what we need to expect from the child. All children need family,. But if you want to adopt baby you might consult with workers and lawyers first of all to avoid risks and remember that it is not so quick process as well..

Re: First steps

Posted: Fri Jun 22, 2018 2:57 pm
by Ryan
I feel so proud of people who have ever adoppted a child. I think there is no risk if your couple have an expereience of upbringing. The fear of bad genes as well as the fear of your own child become drug addicted. No one knows what's going to be in future but it's a chance for such children to have family.