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Archive for October, 2007

Written by Jena Miller, mom to 3, one brought home from Vietnam in April of 2007 Recently on a Yahoo Group that I belong to (and probably many of you do too) a question was posed about why “some” countries have so many problems with ethics and corruption. The questioner asked why, if there are […]

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Written by Dianna Brodine, a Prospective Adoptive Parent who is traveling to Vietnam to adopt in early November. What responsibility does the AP (or long-time PAP) have to educate new PAPs? Even before I open this dialogue with you, I should explain that 20 months ago I was one of ‘those’ PAPs. We had talked […]

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The decision to adopt a child internationally is one of the biggest, most impactful decisions we will ever make. We owe it to ourselves and even more so, to our children, to make an informed decision. It’s not enough to choose a “good” agency and then trust them to take care of the rest. If […]

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10/25/07: The USCIS Update has been posted to their website. This update is very similar to the information posted below, with this additional clarification: USCIS will forward all Form I-600s received in domestic USCIS field offices on or after October 29, 2007 to its Ho Chi Minh City office.After November 16, 2007, USCIS will not […]

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