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Old 07-11-2013  
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Well it didn't take that long for my folks to adopt me before according to them. But times have changed and the legal process these times are more difficult and particular when it comes to the legality and stuff, especially if a couple is adopting a child overseas.
Yup, it was done overseas. Costs an arm and leg but definitely worth it. All for the laughter of a child at home plus his hugs and kisses.
 
Old 08-03-2013  
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Yup, it was done overseas. Costs an arm and leg but definitely worth it. All for the laughter of a child at home plus his hugs and kisses.
Aww, that's genuine love indeed. Now who wouldn't want that, right?
 
Old 08-12-2013  
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Yup, it was done overseas. Costs an arm and leg but definitely worth it. All for the laughter of a child at home plus his hugs and kisses.
That's just sweet. But I never thought that adoption these days are getting more and more complicated.
 
Old 08-24-2013  
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@ Abana- BTW, avoid too much caffeine as I've read that it is a huge factor in affecting fertility.
 
Old 08-24-2013  
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@ Cadelaria and Halia - Yes, the procedure is getting more difficult but eventually it's all worth it. Though there are a few stories that adoption gets unsuccessful as per the countries changing adoption policies and laws.
 
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@ Cadelaria and Halia - Yes, the procedure is getting more difficult but eventually it's all worth it. Though there are a few stories that adoption gets unsuccessful as per the countries changing adoption policies and laws.
So true. That's why couples should give extra caution in taking steps for adoption as the risk of a successful one is high. It's terrible waiting and spending money for a child which wouldn't be legally adopted eventually due to revisions in regulations.
 
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@ Cadelaria and Halia - Yes, the procedure is getting more difficult but eventually it's all worth it. Though there are a few stories that adoption gets unsuccessful as per the countries changing adoption policies and laws.
Such a sad outcome for couples who have adoption as their only option.
 
Old 10-26-2013  
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So true. That's why couples should give extra caution in taking steps for adoption as the risk of a successful one is high. It's terrible waiting and spending money for a child which wouldn't be legally adopted eventually due to revisions in regulations.
Oh I've heard a few sad news about that. It's a pity for those hopeful couples indeed. Better to do your own study and learn all you can to be on the safer side with regards to adopting from another country.
 
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@ Cadelaria and Halia - Yes, the procedure is getting more difficult but eventually it's all worth it. Though there are a few stories that adoption gets unsuccessful as per the countries changing adoption policies and laws.
Yes, couples wanting to adopt overseas should have a clear cut rules and regulations on the said intention. It's a waste of time, money, energy and too much emotional stress of not having the child a couple has been wanting very badly due to a lapse in information.
 
Old 11-17-2013  
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Yes, couples wanting to adopt overseas should have a clear cut rules and regulations on the said intention. It's a waste of time, money, energy and too much emotional stress of not having the child a couple has been wanting very badly due to a lapse in information.
The safest way? Adopt from your home country.
 
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