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From Courthouse News Service: Couples trying to adopt children from Vietnam say the Little Pearls Adoptions Agency took $133,000 to “hold” children for them, then informed them it had a “license issue,” and refuses to return the money. In the federal RICO complaint, the seven plaintiffs sued Debbie Fischer and Richard Feinberg, directors of Little
Family planning quotas, a country’s limit on the number of children a family is allowed to have, are often cited as a reason children are available for international adoption. For example, adoption service providers often refer to China’s so-called “one child” policy when explaining to prospective adoptive parents why children, especially girls, are placed for