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Name: Adoption
Country: India
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Name: Adoption
Country: India
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Name: Rishabh
Country: Saudi Arabia
HI I saw your comment. We want to adopt a child and currently we are in Saudi Arabia and applying for canadaian immigration next month. Can you help us in adopting. Whether to adopt in Canada or India.

Name: SB
Country: usa
good article (private adoptions vs legal system). the laws are getting very strict.

Name: Anjali Viegas
Country: canada
i used to do promotion of adoption in india as i am an older adoptee myself and a qualified social worker. now i am with an adoption agency in canada and we have recently got our license to do adoptions from india. it is sad why parents will opt to chose adopting thorugh illegal means. in canada these children do not get immigration into the country and therefore languish in india and hence do not have the option of going to another family. your article is very well written and very relavent. i would like permission to print this article to include in our information package when

Name: Inder
Country: India
sunil, i do not understand what is your final conclusion with the article private adoptions vs legal system. if we are in a situation of private adoption then what is the right course of action we must follow. in the various options available for adoption we cannot ignore private adoptions as sometimes good babies may be available thro friends or relatives or acquaintences. can she get an indian passport? please advise.

Name: Ran
Country: India
im from uk, i was taken to india at 8.5 months preganant. i gave birth to my daughter, then my parents gave her up for adoption. now i am fighting case against my mother. will it be hard finding my baby, or getting her back from the adoptive family? i didnt agree to the adoption, i was forced.

Name: Microsoft OEM Software
Country: India
wrphbj i truly appreciate this article.

Name: online business
Country: India
izfr2j i loved your blog article.thanks again. will read on...

Name: Sunil
Country: India
dear inder, the conclusion to my article is that one should be careful while dealing with private adoptions. and their is nothing as good or bad babies... they are children who need homes and their are families who need children in their homes. if you adopt from a friend / relative the relative might claim the child any time, then what will be the outcome you can imagine.... the child will get passport, but with the names of his biological parent in private adoption...

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