International Adoption Issues Hannah joy Bromhead

The cost of adoption is very high due to traveling, agencies, and lawyers.
Discrimination makes it almost impossible for prospective parents to adopt children who are born outside of the country.
It can take months to years for adoptions to get approved by an agency.

Adoption should not be restricted from someone based on their race, nationality, or citizenship.

DNA is not the only standard which makes up a family; flesh and blood does not determine who you love.
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Created with images by Children's Bureau Centennial - "NARA AdoptionAfricanAmer1 1960s" • Pexels - "amour baby child" • Children's Bureau Centennial - "NARA Adoption AmerParentsforeignChild" • Brett Jordan - "Bump" • Brett Jordan - "Race relations" • DFID - UK Department for International Development - "The ideal family size - Esnart Wisted, mother-of-four - The ideal family size"

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