The International Adoption Sourcebook (.PDF)
The United States' implementation of the Hague Convention has resulted in interim regulations from the State Department and Department of Homeland Security. The consequences for not following these newly implemented regulations where they apply can be devastating for the adoptive parents and children.
Now, for the first time, a comprehensive resource covering international adoption issues is available for attorneys and those in need of up-to-date guidance. AILA's International Adoption Sourcebook is the go-to source on international adoption and immigration options for children. This timely, one-of-a-kind resource comprehensively provides guidance on:
- Intercountry adoption
- Habitual residency
- Visas for children
- U.S. citizenship for adopted children
- Immigration alternatives to adoption
The International Adoption Sourcebook also provides an extensive amount of background information including government memos, flow charts, relevant websites, forms, and more.
BONUS! Also provided is an overview of immigration options for minors who cannot benefit under the new regulations, as well as agency listings by country with contact information.
The new rules governing international adoptions are complicated. AILA's International Adoption Sourcebook will simplify the process for adoptive parents and their children.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of The International Adoption Sourcebook will go to support the work of the National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children, which is jointly sponsored by AILA and the U.S. Committee on Refugees and Immigrants.
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