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Anna Surma - The search for biological families and siblings in Poland

annasurma1983 2 | 5
28 Aug 2011 #1
professionally deals with the search for biological families and siblings
If you were born in Poland looking for his biological family
my email anna.adopcje @ gmail
or contact number 00441642275957
Share your story of searching, can someone please notice it reads
begin searching immediately
Anna Surma

30 Aug 2011 #2
can you help point me in the direction of where to start with an infant adoption in Poland?
delphiandomine 88 | 18,163
30 Aug 2011 #3
Don't even bother thinking about it, unless you're ready for a lot of hassle and trouble.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,862
30 Aug 2011 #4
don't bother answering DD, if anyone was serious about inter country adoption they wouldn't be starting here would they?
So dodgy on so many levels.... a bit like crime in a multi storey car park...:)
delphiandomine 88 | 18,163
30 Aug 2011 #5
hahaha :)

Never understood international adoption, myself.
Polonius3 994 | 12,367
30 Aug 2011 #6
Those interested in foreign adoptions usually put out feelers in various directions and PF is probably one of many possible options. Things got more difficult for foreign adopters in the 1990s, when the UN or soem other august international body ruled that that locals should get first choice. Foreigners are eligible to vie for what's left over and that usually means: children that are older, sick, handicapped, etc. I read somewhere that Swedish adoptive aprents are willing to adopt kids that are mentally or physically defective. Foreigners have one advantage sincemroe of them seem willing to adopt 3 or more siblings -- somethign few Poles could afford.

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