Senators, Representatives and Elected Officials can help during an Adoption

Elected Officials can Help

Senators, Representatives and Elected Officials can help during an Adoption     Senators, Representatives and Elected Officials can help during an Adoption

Making a friendly connection with your U.S. Senators or Representatives offices can sometimes help solve problems and reduce delays in the international child adoption process.

U.S. Congressmen and Congresswomen

Many adopting persons run into problems and delays in the adoption process that are not the "fault" of anyone but can add frustrating delays to the process.  When used judiciously, and in consultation you're your adoption agency, calls to your Representative can be very helpful.

U.S. Senators

Many adopting persons run into problems and delays in the adoption process that are not the "fault" of anyone but can add frustrating delays to the process.  When used judiciously, and in consultation with your adoption agency, calls to your Senator can be very helpful.

Help for Adopting Families by State

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 Indiana  New Mexico  West Virginia
 Iowa  New York  Wisconsin
 Kansas  North Carolina  Wyoming
 Kentucky  North Dakota  
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Senators, Representatives and Elected Officials can help during an Adoption     Senators, Representatives and Elected Officials can help during an Adoption