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Today on Dillon International Adoption Agency’s blog, it was announced that the first child to be adopted since the 2008 shut down will be home by the end of the year. This is the first adoption to be completed under the new Hague compliant system between the U.S. and Vietnam. According to the blog post, […]

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Voices for Vietnam Adoption Integrity has learned from multiple sources that an agency that has no legal authority to place children from Vietnam has been advertising “Waiting Children” through a secret Facebook group with nearly 100 members. When questioned about these children, the agency representative responded that they were “partnering” with Alliance For Children, the […]

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The following post comes to us from a new Guest Blogger, Tina, who adopted from Vietnam before the last shutdown. Thank you Tina, for stepping forward to share your experience and insight! When Adoptions in Vietnam Begin Again…. Part 1 All of us share the sincere hope that the new system in Vietnam adoptions will […]

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A Plea

What do you want me to say?  You who are waiting, waiting, waiting, for a child, your heart so frustrated and tender that the slightest bit of negativity sends you into a tailspin.  I know that feeling.  I lived that feeling.  Twice.  It is hard and so very painful.  Sometimes it feels like you can’t […]

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