America World's Haiti program is open to new families. We have dossier submission opportunities available immediately.
Haiti continues to have a great need for families to adopt children who have been orphaned due to poverty and natural disasters. The America World Haiti team has assisted families across the country in growing their families through Haiti adoption. Learn more about how to begin the Haiti adoption process on the pages that follow. After filling out an application, receiving approval through America World’s intake process, and signing an Agreement with America World, prospective adoptive parents initiate what we call the paper pregnancy. Haiti's IBESR, the U.S. Department of State, and your local government all require specific paperwork to be completed for any adoption. During this part of the process, your America World Family Coordinator and your local Home Study Coordinator will be there to assist with the details in completing this stage.
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|Timeframe:||4 - 5 years|
|Healthy & Waiting Children:||1 - 15 years|
|Parents Ages:||30 - 50; Single women, 35 - 50|
|Estimate Expenses:||$29,550 - $33,190 + travel & post adoption|
America Worldâ€™s Haiti adoption program is excited to announce that we have received 9 referrals for boys, girls and sibling sets since the month of April 2012. These referrals include the following age ranges and genders. Please note these referrals include two sets of twins. Age of Child Gender of Child Number of Referrals 0-2…
The Haiti program continues to accept new clients, help families build dossiers and process referrals; however we have confirmed that the IBESR, the government adoption authority, has temporarily suspended the acceptance of new dossiers. The IBESR is hopeful that they will reopen and accept new dossiers beginning August 1st, 2012 with the implementation of a faster…
We are back from our Reverse Hosting Mission trip to Haiti. What an incredible trip! Here are the perspectives of a few of our team members. We hope you will join America World on our next trip to Haiti! “It has been a culture shock to say the least to be back home. I look…