(Taken from the Adoption Glossary)
Voluntary Reunion Registry: This term refers to a totally voluntary reunion registry system, which allows those adoptees, birthparents and biological siblings, who are willing to do so, to register themselves in a voluntary registry of adoptees and birth relatives.
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Searching for Siblings
I have been looking for my half brother and sister from my father's first marriage for quite some time now, with no luck. Just when I thought I was getting somewhere, it was pretty much a dead end. I have signed up with ISRR, The Mutual consent voluntary adoption registry with the state of Iowa, I...
Arkansas Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Code §§ 9-9-504; 9-9-505 Nonidentifying information is available to: The adoptive parents of the child or the child's guardian The adoptee If the adoptee has died, the... Oregon State Regulations - Access to Adoption Records
Obtaining Non-Identifying Information: Adopted adults age 18 or older, adoptive parents, and birth parents may obtain non-identifying information. Adoptees younger than 18 must have written consent from the adoptive parents.Obtaining Identifying Information: Identifying information is provided... Maryland Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Fam. Law §§ 5-4C-05; 5-356; 5-357 Only the following persons may register with the adoption registry for exchange of identifying information:Birth parents and siblings An adoptee, age 21 or older, who does not have a...
State Reunion Registries
February 2, 2007, 2:35 pm
I am not a big fan of state run adoption registries. They often times lack funding, advertising, promotion, funding, and I could go on and on.
Not all states have a reunion registry but below is the states that do and how to contact each.
Arkansas - State Adoption Department at:... CO Original Birth Certificates Part 1
January 4, 2007, 2:20 pm
Effective January 1, 2007 adult adoptees may get their original birth certificate in CO if certain criteria is met. It is my understanding that CO passed this law a year ago and was supposed to have a state and national awareness campaign but that hasnít seemed to have happened for whatever... CO Original Birth Certificates Part 2
January 5, 2007, 6:23 am
Adoptions finalized on or after September 1, 1999 an original birth certificate will be available to adult adoptees unless confidentiality has been requested by natural parents or a sibling in the same adoptive family is less than 18. The adult adoptee will need to provide a certified court...