Category: United States

So you want to adopt a baby …

Source: … then head to the United States where it’s an easier, but more expensive, process than in Ireland. By Caitriona Palmer in Washington Adoption in the US is mainly privately run. UK government minister, David Miliband has adopted two American children

52 children adopted have gone

01 Oct 2007 Mariana Iancu County Department of Child Protection Constanta advertising do not know anything of the fate of 52 children who been adopted internationally in the period 1997-2000. Chief Directorate, Peter Dinica, said the Romanian Office for Adoption (ORA) has not submitted any report postadoptie, as was the procedure. The 52 children are… Read more »

Girls seized, handed over for adoption

Source: Foreign families paid officials and orphanages Fiona Tam Jul 02, 2009 About 80 newborn baby girls from a county in Guizhou have been confiscated from their parents by family planning officials since 2001 and handed over to foreign adoptive parents as orphans at a price of US$3,000 each, state media reported. Struggling farmers… Read more »

Child trafficking in India has a new guise to wear: adoption

Date: 2007-01-01 Source: Poor families are duped of their children, who are declared orphans and put up for adoption by families who can pay in thousands  Renuka, 18, lost her three younger sisters to an adoption racket. An Italian couple took the help of Preet Mandir, an adoption and child welfare agency in Pune,… Read more »

Europeans Get Around Sperm And Egg Donor Regulations

Source: December 03, 2006 The booming egg donor market in the United States is pulling in British donors who want to make extra money. The sale of eggs is illegal in this country, but in America, the industry is worth an estimated $4.5bn (£2.4bn). Donors with the right physical, personal and intellectual attributes can… Read more »

Parchetul ia la bani marunti adoptiile internationale/Prosecutor takes to change international adoptions

Date:2006-08-16 Source:  Curierul National Google translation: Scandal caused by the following two years, the statement that Emma Nicholson inculpate tolerance illegal international adoptions by Romanian authorities reached again in actuality: the Romanian Office for Adoptions before the Prosecutor General in connection with 11 such cases, scrolling parallel investigations in 29 other cases of illegal adoptions…. Read more »

Prosecutor takes to money in international adoptions

Source: Curierul National 16 August 2006 Google translation: Prosecutor takes to change international adoptions Be the first to Comment on Article Prosecutor takes on international adoptions change » Scandal caused by the following two years, the statement that Emma Nicholson inculpate tolerance illegal international adoptions by Romanian authorities reached again in actuality: the Romanian Office… Read more »

Romania – 31 children disappeared abroad

Source: Ziarul de Iasi AUTOR: CARMEN MAFTEI DATA PUBLICARII: 27/06/2006 Potrivit Oficiului Roman pentru Adoptii, 31 de orfani ieseni luati de familii din strainatate sint disparuti fara urma. „Despre cei 31 de copii insa nu stim nimic“, ne-a spus si Pintilii Penciuc. Unii dintre acesti copii au fost adoptati dupa ce adoptiile internationale au fost… Read more »

One billion dollars from export of Children

Source: 27 July 2006 Oana Christmas The old system of international adoption, practiced until 2004, has put more than one billion euros in the pockets of those who have intermediate leaving children Romans in foreign countries. Nearly 30,000 Romanian children were adopted internationally in 1990 till the end of 2004, when he entered into… Read more »

Public interest litigation against social activist withdrawn

Date: 2006-01-05 PIL against social activist withdrawn By OUR LEGAL CORRESPONDENT Hyderabad, Jan. 5 A public interest litigation (PIL) licensed seeking prosecution of Ms Geetha Ramaswamy, a social activist, who is focusing on prevention of trafficking of child adoption to foreign countries was dismissed on Thursday as the same was withdrawn by the petitioner when… Read more »