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Adopting from Mexico

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Overview

Mexico is a Hague Convention country and abides by the requirements that have been set forth. All prospective American adoptive parents must follow a specific set of guidelines to be approv... [more]

Background

America’s closest neighbor to the south, Mexico has a population of more than 103 million people. Between 200 B.C. and 900 A.D., the “Golden Age of Mexico,” Mexico was... [more]

Factsheet

DISCLAIMER: The information in this circular relating to the legal requirements of specific foreign countries is provided for general information only. Ques... [more]


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Nancy - 1 year ago
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I have a nephew whom we want to adopt. He lives in Mexico and my husband and I live in U.S.A. Parents have agreed that we adopt him what are the requirements? He is 5 years old and my husband and I are 28 and 30. We already have 2. Children of our own but want to adopt this angel of God because parents say they can't take care of him the way they wish. Please let us know what to do. #1
Richard - 1 year ago
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I regularly visit a small orphanage south of Nogales, Mexico and am very interested in adopting an older son, but this orphanage is not permitted to process adoptions. And, nobody seems to know who to contact. Some orphanages seem to be hoarding kids. The boys at the orphanage I visit and bring things to are all great kids and, despite the language barrier, they are always glad to see me. I have persuaded to orphanage mgmnt to let me work on getting some English language things going for the kids. Who, from Nogales south, do you suggest I contact. I am in Green Valley, AZ. #2
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