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Policymakers Asked To Exclude Expecting Parents From COVID-19 Travel Ban

By AAAA-Admin / April 2, 2020 / Comments Off on Policymakers Asked To Exclude Expecting Parents From COVID-19 Travel Ban

Men Having Babies, in collaboration with a number of organizations including AAAA, Resolve, and ASRM has issued a letter to policymakers asking for help to adjust current regulations to allow prospective parents from all over the world to travel to the U.S. to be with their newborn child. Click here to read the full body […]

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New Passport Restrictions Potentially Strand and Separate Families

By AAAA-Admin / March 30, 2020 / Comments Off on New Passport Restrictions Potentially Strand and Separate Families

In its continuing mission to protect families formed through adoption and assisted reproduction, AAAA issued a press release today urging the Department of State to ease the restriction on the issuance of passports to allow parents to obtain this necessary document for their babies born through gestational surrogacy. To read the full press release, click […]

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Humanitarian Parole for U.S. Citizens with Completed Adoptions

By AAAA-Admin / March 27, 2020 / Comments Off on Humanitarian Parole for U.S. Citizens with Completed Adoptions

Today, the Academy of Adoption & Assisted Reproduction Attorneys (AAAA) and National Council For Adoption (NCFA) issued a joint press release calling upon the Department of State to grant humanitarian parole to the children of adoptive families who are unable to receive an adoption visa in a timely manner so that the families may safely […]

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COVID-19 and The US State Department Closure of Passport Agencies

By AAAA-Admin / March 26, 2020 / Comments Off on COVID-19 and The US State Department Closure of Passport Agencies

The shut down of regional passport issuing offices, and the directives to only issue passports in life or death situations, is creating very concerning delays for parents coming to the US and hoping to return home with their newborns as soon as possible. AAAA sent the attached letter to Secretary of State Pompeo and to […]

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Featured Youth From Adoption Exchange

By AAAA-Admin / March 25, 2020 / Comments Off on Featured Youth From Adoption Exchange

This week we have two children waiting for adoptive homes.  These children include Ember, age 10, from Oklahoma, and Colton, age 17, from Colorado. You can find more information about Colton and Ember by clicking on their names under their pictures. Ember Colton If you are interested in more information about adopting one of these […]

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A Child’s Right to Family

By AAAA-Admin / June 27, 2019 / Comments Off on A Child’s Right to Family

Hundreds of millions of children across the world are destined to grow up on the streets and in institutions.  One of the best solutions to this crisis is international adoption.  However, adoptions to the United States have dropped by 75 percent over the last 14 years and international adoptions worldwide have dropped by over half.  […]

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