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Journey To Me – Educational Resources for Adoptive Children & Families

Journey To Me is a group of volunteers that have a passion for adopted children. This non-profit organization provides educational resources to help adoptive children and their families.

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China Adoption Stories – a YouTube Video

Excellent information on Chinese adoption from families who have adopted from China through the services of Children's Home Society & Family Services (CHSFS) in St. Paul, Minnesota . Discusses learning about Chinese culture, personal experiences, and much more. 5 stars, 6:25

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How Does Your Agency Rate? Adoption Agency User Reviews.

Find out what others are saying about agencies they have used. Learn more about prospective China adoption agencies before you choose your agency. Write a review of your agency.

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Learn About China’s Provinces & Province Map

View the latest China province map; get the facts and history on China’s provinces.

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Translate Chinese Using Google Translate

Google's free online language translation service instantly translates text and web pages. Not perfect, but a fast and free way to help you decipher Chinese.

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Questions to Ask an Adoption Agency

Adoption is big business and loosely regulated. Statutes governing it vary from state to state. It’s truly a buyer beware market. Here are some screening questions you can ask your agency to ensure a more successful adoption.

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Child Welfare Information Gateway - Is Your Agency Reputable?

Check out the National Adoption Directory, a database funded by the Department of Health and Human Services that lists licensed agencies by state.

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10 Things Your Adoption Agency Won’t Tell You

Things to consider as you interview your adoption agency. Your agency is going to avoid certain topics, see what they are and avoid heartache later.

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Investigate Your Agency with the Better Business Bureau

The BBB be a source of information about the business license, legal actions, and principals’ names of your agency.

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IRS Adoption Credit – Topic 607

You may be able to take a tax credit for qualifying expenses paid to adopt an eligible child (including a child with special needs). Links to credit or exclusion Form 8839, Form 1040, and Form 1040A.

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