The incidence of foreign adoptions from the nations of South America, Eastern Europe and Asia has greatly increased as a result of the drastic decrease in the number of adoptable babies from western nations. This book, written by adoption workers and legal scholars from twelve 'sending' countries, presents, for the first time, details of those countries' adoption laws and procedures as well as international agreements governing foreign adoptions. Intercountry Adoptions constitutes an important and long-awaited reference book for potential adoptive couples, child care workers, legal experts and social service agencies.If the adoption was prepared by the center, it should present to the court the whole set of documents, inquiries, and ... earnings, financial status, and living conditions; reference letters from the place of work and other places that may be crucialanbsp;...
|Author||:||Eliezer David Jaffe|
|Publisher||:||Martinus Nijhoff Publishers - 1995|