Five state and national adoptee rights organizations have requested that Wisconsin legislators set aside two bills that were recently heard in Senate and Assembly committees.
On January 15, 2020, at 12:01am I will update the adoptee rights map to show the unrestricted status of New York. Wanna be there when I do?
How, when, and where adult adopted people may currently order copies of their own original birth certificates in the unrestricted OBC states.
I’ve seen my share of strange and anonymous complaints about the work that I do on behalf of adult adopted people. Here’s what I do.
I support the unrestricted release of identifying information. I do not support mixing that all up and calling it an OBC under a different name.
The proposed fee hikes will substantially increase the cost of naturalization applications for intercountry adoptees plus eliminate the ability to apply if you lack the financial resources to do so.
A fee of $1,170.00 is the only thing that stands between my client obtaining proof of her US citizenship. That’s where you can help.
The Prince Edward Island bill is bait and switch legislation built on top of a toxic electrified fence intended to constrain adoptees. Don’t touch it.
Updated answers and questions about New York’s newly enacted adoptee rights law, which Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed on November 14, 2019.
California passed a bill last week that may ultimately fail to address the need to finalize some intercountry adoptions in the United States