(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Identifying Information: Information about birthparents or adoptive parents or an adopted child, which either on its own, or in a combination with other information, discloses, or could lead to the discovery of, the identity of these individuals, such as last names, addresses, phone numbers,... [more
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Examining the Adoption Option:
Her whisper fills an empty silence as, staring at her growing belly, she says, "I don't know what to do, if only you could tell me what to do." Her un-born baby's voice is just as still as her own, a floating conscience that seems to be waiting for something, though what ... neither knows for sure.... Minnesota Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Stat. §§ 259.83; 259.89 Nonidentifying information may be provided to:The adoptee who is age 19 or older The adoptive parent Identifying information may be provided to:The adoptee who is age 19 or older The... Alabama State Regulations - Non-Identifying & Identifying Information
Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Non-identifying information is available to birth parents, adopted adults age 19 or older, and adoptive parents.Obtaining Identifying Information: If either birth parent has given consent under oath to disclose identifying information, then an adopted adult... Colorado Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Rev. Stat. §§ 19-5-304; 19-5-305 The following persons may have access to adoption records:The adoptee who is age 18 or older The birth parents The adoptive parent, custodial grandparent, or legal guardian of a minor...
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"Identifying Information" in the Adoption Blogs
Sealed With a Law
November 24, 2013, 12:36 pm
I was adopted from New Jersey, which, like many other states, has sealed records for adoptees with closed adoptions. Year by year, states are starting to open records for adoptees. Every year, I search New Jersey papers online hoping to glimpse, "Adoptee Records to be Unsealed for New Jersey... An Uncle Found
December 5, 2013, 11:44 am
Hazel had given us Marty's name. (See that story HERE .) It was sudden and unexpected. At first, she had nothing to offer, but after a bit of time on the phone with my husband, Hazel came through. There's more to her story...I'll continue with that a bit later.
Could it possibly be that only... Moving from a Name to a Voice
November 21, 2013, 11:13 am
With me sitting alongside him, my husband called every male name on the list . Every time he dialed, I held my breath until someone answered. Every time no one answered or the voice on the other end claimed no knowledge of my birth mother, my heart sank a little lower. I knew I shouldn’t feel...
"Identifying Information" in the Adoption Forums
Hitting a wall
February 3, 2014, 10:10 pm
Both of my parents were adopted. My mother searched for her birth parents until she passed away in 2004. She also searched to find my fathers birth parents also. I have been very curious to learn about my family tree and being able to trace that back but since my mother passed away from lung...
Updated PA information for adoptees
January 8, 2014, 11:52 am
The updated information I have been told is this:
Search and Reunion
For many adoptees, finding one’s biological roots is important for medical or personal reasons. Many birth parents are increasingly interested in meeting or having some contact with the individual they placed for adoption....
Looking for Birth Parent9s)/Family
January 8, 2014, 11:32 am
[COLOR="Navy"][B]"Baby Boy George" born in Omaha Nebraska July 6, 1969, 10:21 am 7lb 9oz 21 in long. Bishop Clarkson Hospital in Douglas County.
This is the information given by adopted family: Birth mother was in her teens, maybe 17 years old. She had 3 brothers and 4 sisters, blue...
7/6/1969 Born in NE--adopted in PA
January 8, 2014, 11:37 am
[B]"Baby Boy George" born in Omaha Nebraska July 6, 1969, 10:21 am 7lb 9oz 21 in long. Bishop Clarkson Hospital in Douglas County. [/B]
This is the information given by adopted family: Birth mother was in her teens, maybe 17 years old. She had 3 brothers and 4 sisters, blue eyes, light brown...
Stories About "Identifying Information"
He Did This for Us
I always knew that I was adopted. My parents shared this information with me when I was probably 4 years old. It never really bothered me, though I did wonder who my birth mother was, where she was,... Rejected
A few years ago, my mother told me that I had a sister she had given up for adoption at birth. Mom tortured herself for years, wondering if she had made the right decision and if her daughter was OK.... Adoption Search Trials and Tribulations in Washington State
10/95I was born November 19, 1969 in Spokane, Washington and placed for adoption with my adoptive family in December of 1970. I have always known I was adopted and aside from calling my adoptive...
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Senate Bill sb2656 - Welcome : Online Sunshine
22 (50)(54) "Taken into custody" means the status of a 23 child immediately when temporary physical control over the 24 child is attained by a person authorized by law, pending the 25 child's release, detention, placement, or other disposition as 26 authorized by law. 27 (51)(55) ...
21 THE WITNESS: [Interpretation] We only had unofficial information. 22 about the radar. Nobody ever informed us whether it was on, whether it. 23 was operational, and which area it covered. It was a secret to us. 24 ...
Volume 32 :: Routier Trial Transcripts - Guilty By Default
22 23 24 25 Sandra M. Halsey, CSR, Official Court Reporter 1190 . 1 C A P T I O N 2 3 4 BE IT REMEMBERED THAT, on Friday, the 10th day of 5 January, 1997, in the Criminal District Court Number 3 of 6 Dallas County ...