China

America World is a China adoption agency and has seen thousands of families travel to China to bring their children home. While in-country, our experienced guides provide have navigated the adoption process for our families since 1994, allowing America World families to focus on their child. Learn more about how to begin your Chinese adoption below. With over 4,600 children placed into forever families with the help of a staff of caring, loving professionals, America World's experience in…


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REQUIREMENTS AT-A-GLANCE

China Adoption Timeline: 12 - 24 months average for waiting children
Children Ages for China Adoption: Boys/Girls, 8 months - 13 ½ years
Parents' Ages for China Adoption: 30 - 50* (* if both over 50, youngest parent no more than 50 yrs. older than child)
Marriage Requirements for China Adoption: 2 years (5 years if divorced); single women accepted
Estimated China Adoption Expenses: $31,000 - $45,000
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Meeting Son in China: Gilland Family

By America World | December 20, 2018

The Gilland family is currently in China and experienced that moment when the met their adorable son for the very first time! The Gilland’s are now working through the remaining adoption process in China and will be bonding with their son over the next several days, as well as sightseeing. Congratulations, Gilland family! America World…

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Meeting Daughter in China: Webb Family

By America World | December 19, 2018

That long-awaited moment…meeting your child for the first time! The Webb family is currently in China and experienced that moment when the met their beautiful daughter for the very first time! The Webb’s are now working through the remaining adoption process in China and will be bonding with their daughter and loving every minute of…

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A Family Story: The Answer is “Yes!”

By America World | December 18, 2018

As I tucked in Arie tonight something hit me. We were having a conversation. He would ask me something in American Sign Language and I would answer. He would smile, huge. “Tomorrow, ride bike?” “Yes!” “Tomorrow, bounce (on trampoline)?” “Yes!” “Tomorrow, eat?” “Yes!” I don’t know whether it was my answer of yes that was…