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Introduction :: China Background: For centuries China stood as a leading civilization, outpacing... Adopting from Sierra Leone: Factsheet
Disclaimer: The following is intended as a very general guide to assist U.S. citizens who plan to adopt a child in Sierra Leone and apply for an immigrant visa for the child to come to the United States. Two sets of laws are particularly relevant: 1) the laws of Sierra Leone govern all activity in... Why the Federal Government Must Regulate Adoption
For years, the argument against greater regulation of adoption by the federal government has been rooted in the notion that adoption is a state law issue. The public thought adoption was a benevolent, philanthropic exercise practiced by charitable organizations donating their services to ensure... Assertiveness and Effective Parent Advocacy
I find that parents of children with special education needs come in several categories: Pacifists or those who gets things done; Clinging vines or parent advocates; Silent victims or fighters; Dreamers or crusaders; Waiters or initiators; Bombshells or assertive parents; Appeasing...
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China to 'defend every inch' of territory: foreign minister
China's foreign minister on Saturday said his country would vigorously defend its sovereignty, declaring there was "no room for compromise" with Japan over territory or history. "We will never bully smaller countries yet we will never accept unreasonable demands from smaller... Foreign investors reduce exposure to Nigeria risk
* Foreign investors fret over currency, coming elections JOHANNESBURG, March 6 (Reuters) - Foreigners stayed away from Nigeria's latest Treasury bill auction, the first since the suspension of the central bank's graft-fighting governor, in a sign that investor confidence is yet to recover... Poland evacuates consulate in Crimea: foreign minister
Polish Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski said on Saturday Poland had evacuated its consulate in Ukraine's Crimea due to disturbances by Russian forces. Sikorski said on Twitter: "Because of continuing disturbances by Russian forces there, we have reluctantly evacuated our consulate in... Foreign Banks Account for Nearly Half of Reserves at Fed Due to FDIC Changes
Because of changes in charges levied by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., foreign banks accounted for almost half of the reserves held at the U.S. Federal Reserve in December, according to a paper published by the Bank for International Settlements Sunday.
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My Choice: Diverse Classes or Diverse Classmates
August 29, 2013, 9:47 am
During my daughter's last year in preschool, the school's administration decided to start a private kindergarten. †If the first year of the new school was successful, they planned to add a grade a year each year as long as it was feasible, possibly up to eighth grade.
I wouldn't have sought... Tinkerbell is Five
June 21, 2013, 3:25 am
Tinkerbell is finally 5 years old. Waiting for her birthday was torture since The Captain had his in March and The Blitz celebrated in early April. †That seven weeks between The Blitz and Tinker seems like an eternity.
Of the three Littles, Tink's first birthday with us (age 2) †is the easiest... How to Handle the Naysayers
January 11, 2014, 11:16 am
Ladies and gentlemen, if you plan a search , or have yet to reunite physically with birth family, do this: Wear your armor of faith and wear wisdom like a cloak. Donít go in without these. This sort of reunion is nerve-wracking even when everyone treats you kindly. It has the potential to...
"Foreign" in the Adoption Forums
Adoption Subsidy Question
December 17, 2013, 8:05 am
We are in Florida. (and I have NO experience with subsidies in Florida)
We are adopting a sibling group of two, boy and a girl, both white. They are ages 7 and 6.
The boy has been residing in a 'therapeutic foster home' and has attachment problems.
Can anyone give me a ballpark figure on...
January 15, 2014, 12:58 am
Hi, my name is Joe :D I am 24 years old and born in Colombia, South America. I was adopted when I was 18 months and lived in CT until I was 17 and went to Arizona State U and have been living in Phoenix, AZ since. I knew I was different from my parents and they told me pretty early where I was...
Adoption Tax Credit Question...
January 30, 2014, 9:56 pm
Okay...I have a question as to how do I know if a child from foster care is "special needs"? The IRS page has the following information:
Adoption of U.S. children who have been determined by a state to have special needs
In the case of an adoption of a U.S. child that a state has determined...
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Our Wonderful Russian Adoption Experience
Hi, my name is Jenni. My husband, Chuck and I have been married almost 10 years. Before we were married, we talked about having children and how awesome it would be to have a huge family. Chuck said... Are You Looking At Me?
It was a mini-reunion away from China. Recently, my husband Ed, our daughter Sarah Zheng-Kang and I had supper together at Betty's Restaurant in Blue Springs, Mo. Our dear friends, Dale and Janice... The Greatest Gift - Christmas 2009
I was adopted. My parents told me when I was young enough to understand that both my little sister and I were adopted from different families. My mother could not have children. They wanted to raise...
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