The Russian Adoption Handbook: How to Adopt from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Belarus, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Moldova
Adopting a child can be one of life's most rewarding experiences. Unfortunately, complex policies, legal risks, and fewer available children make adopting domestically difficult. International adoption offers a solution to parents yearning for a child of their own. American parents are now adopting over 5000 children a year from Russia and Eastern Europe. John Maclean's "T...more
Paperback, 560 pages
Published January 4th 2004 by iUniverse Star
(first published 2000)
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While some of this may be outdated slightly, it provides wonderful insight into what to expect when adopting from Eastern Europe. Includes everything from suggested "to bring" lists, gifts, legal processes, and medical issues. A must-have for anyone adopting from Russia, or any of the former Soviet countries. Very helpful.