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Selected by Representative Frank LoBiondo For over thirty years, Patricia Keltie has sleflessly and without seeking praise, dedicated her life to helping countless children from around the world find new homes. Before coming to New Jersey, Patricia was very active in the 1970s with adoption...
Philippines: About the Country
Introduction :: Philippines Background: The Philippine Islands became a Spanish colony during the... A Family Renewed
Can adoption be an act of faith after the greatest loss imaginable? After her daughter Hannah died suddenly and inexplicably just shy of her second birthday in 1998, Lele Ashworth would sit in the child's room and "just weep." Cindy Vatalaro and her husband Michael after losing their six-year-old... Travel Vietnam
Vietnam has a long and unique history. Adopting from Vietnam is a wonderful privilege. And so, preparing for your trip to Vietnam, whether to finalize an adoption or for a home country visit, should be a fun and memorable experience. But if you're unfamiliar with the Vietnam laws and culture, it...
Vietnam Working on Hague
October 31, 2012, 10:05 am
It is always difficult to track the progress of a country that is not open. This is the case for Vietnam and the United States. Though Vietnam is open in other countries- the adoption partnership between them and the US is still in limbo. This can be very frustrating for those who are waiting to... International Adoptions with Vietnam Could Soon Resume, Says U.S. Senator
March 11, 2013, 10:22 am
Many U.S. families were left wanting and many Vietnamese orphans were left in need when international adoptions between the U.S. and Vietnam were closed in 2008. Now, U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu says she is hopeful that intercountry adoptions will resume "in the near future." No timeframe has been... Vietnam Still Working
September 30, 2012, 8:20 pm
It seems as though Vietnam is always my last stop on my whirlwind blogging tour around the globe. I have no other explanation than to say that perhaps I save the best for last?
Vietnam appears to be making no movement on re-opening their adoption program to the United States. This is very...
Reuniting With Birthfamily in Vietnam
My birth name is Mai Thi Hiep and I was born in Danang, Vietnam in 1968. My mother is a Vietnamese woman and my father an American soldier. At the age of 6, I left Vietnam in 1975 during the United... Be Alert, But Don't Give Up!
Aloha..Be "certain" prior to searching for a child, or an adoptive child, "exactly what" you "expect" to find, & have you really given enough "deep within you... Giving Up on Searching
I was adopted in 1951 at the prime old age of 4 months old. My birth mother went through a religious charity, which is a whole other story in itself. My birth parents were not married and my birth...