Haitian orphans adoption
In regards to Adoption of Haitian Orphans to Obtain Lawful Permanent Residents, USCIS has issued a list of questions and answers that will be used for adoptive parents of paroled Haitian orphans. On obtaining lawful permanent residence (LPR) status and U.S. citizenship. There is a huge need for families in our Haitian Orphans Adoption program. Children of All Nations is excited to receive accreditation from IBESR, Haiti’s central authority in charge of Haiti’s inter country adopting haitian orphans. Haiti recently implemented new adoption procedures and is now party to the Hague convention. We will continue to work hard to find loving homes for the Haitian children.
How to Adopt Haitian Orphans?
Below are the Haiti adoption eligibility requirements. If you feel you are not eligible to adopt from Haiti, or you are unsure, please contact us for a free case-by-case consultation regarding your Haiti adoption.
- Citizenship: One parent must be a US citizen.
- Age: Adoptive parents must be between 30 and 49 years of age.
- Single Parents: Only single women are currently able to adopt from Haiti. Singles must be between 35 and 49 years old.
- Criminal History: Applicants with a criminal history of child abuse, violence or violence are not to adopt.