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FAQ / What is Changed under the Hague Adoption Convention Standards?



The Hague Adoption Convention changes the immigration component of the intercountry adoption process. Previously, there was one procedure and one set of forms that governed the immigration component of the intercountry adoption process. One of the changes resulting from the implementation of the Hague Adoption Convention is that there are now two separate immigration processes for intercountry adoption, each with a distinct set of forms (Hague and non-Hague). The correct process to follow and the correct forms to use is determined by whether the country from which the child is to be adopted is a Convention country or a non-Convention country. Accordingly, prospective adoptive parent(s) must first determine the country from which they will adopt before they begin the immigration process.



 




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