Monthly Archives: May 2014

Private adoption in Pakistan

It’s an oldy but a goody, something I posted on the the Pakistani Adoption Group some time ago-

 

 

I wanted to share my thoughts and experiences with everyone on private adoptions in Pakistan.

First, let’s look at the laws. The United States adoption laws can be found in the Immigration and Nationality Act. The federal regulations provide […]

By |May 14th, 2014|The Adoption Blog|2 Comments

Can I adopt a relative from Pakistan or any other Muslim Country?

I had a great conversation today with a prospective adoptive parent who had lost a family member in Pakistan under very tragic circumstances.  A child was left orphaned as a result. Over the years I have had many people approach me and ask if they can adopt a relative (often an infant) from a Muslim […]

By |May 14th, 2014|The Adoption Blog|2 Comments

Not sure if you want to adopt from a Muslim country? Read this!

A couple of years ago, I was contacted by a Pakistani American who was trying to get an immigrant visa for an orphaned baby. The baby had been found outside in the freezing cold in January of 2012 in the Hindu Kush Mountains. Only God knows how she survived. After the baby came home to […]

By |May 5th, 2014|The Adoption Blog|2 Comments