Multiple Adoptions in Russia

Multiple Adoptions from Russia

Multiple Adoptions in Russia     Multiple Adoptions in Russia

It is possible to adopt more than one child from Russia.

Can I Adopt More than One Child from Russia?

Yes, adopting more than one child from Russia is possible. Aside from sibling groups, families can request twins, or two unrelated children.  Twins are as rare in Russia as they are in the U.S. Since adopting two non-related children at the same time can be very complex and cause the adopting family and children extraordinary adjustments, we recommend the adopting family consider adopting only one child at a time. This issue should be very carefully explored with both the adopting family's home study and U.S. based adoption agency.

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Multiple Adoptions in Russia     Multiple Adoptions in Russia