This could be your first ever glance into international adoption, or you may know just about everything there is to know about it, but be it the former or the latter – you are a hero in our eyes.
Every day we work hard to find families for children, and everyone who opens their heart, who shares their love, who welcomes a child into their family is both a hero, and a parent.
Being a parent doesn’t get enough credit lately, but it should. Being a good parent is hard work, but that eternal bond that you build with your child, that sparkle in her eyes when she talks to you, that feeling of being a family is what makes it all worth it.
That is what our families tell us, and that is what makes us work even harder every day. We know that there are more children waiting, and there are more parents anxious to fill that void in their heart, and they trust us to help them find each other.
Children depend on us. You depend on us. We never take that trust for granted.
PUBLIC COMMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Council on Accreditation (COA), a national accrediting entity designated by the US Department of State to provide Hague Accreditation and Approval, invites the public to provide comment on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague Accreditation, Approval or Renewal. You are invited to provide comments through COA’s website at:
Decision to adopt is probably one of the most important and life changing decisions you will ever make. We understand and are here to help every step of the way.
We’re famous for fast and friendly service, and we take great pride in that. We work hard to make sure the process is easy for you.
The process of international adoption is complex enough, we take the unnecessary confusion out of it, explaining everything clearly and honestly.
There is no hidden agenda, we come to work every day and work hard to help children and families find each other. We work for you and answer to you.
We never forget the core principals of our agency: great service, honesty, respect, deserving your trust, and working in the best interest of children and families.
We believe that you should know the fees involved, and not be caught by surprise halfway through the process, so fees are clearly explained right from the start.
International adoption is a complex process guided by laws of different countries, and a subject to intercountry conventions. Complex doesn't have to be difficult.
Our service agreements are some of the shortest in the field of adoption, designed to guide the process and outline responsibilities, not to confuse or threaten you.
Our world became smaller and is more interconnected than ever before in known history, and American families live not only in the continental United States, but virtually in every country on our planet, and where ever you are right now, you can, from the comfort of your current home, work with us.
If you are ready to expand your family and to adopt a child, we will work to accommodate the process anywhere you are currently residing.
This also applies to our Military families. Just because you are stationed overseas, doesn't mean that should put your family plans on hold. We’ve worked with families stationed in Germany, and in Japan, and have experience dealing with the complexities involved in the process.
So, where ever the life took you, where ever in the world you are, you can always talk to us.