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Russian Adoption News from NCFA, December 28, 2012

December 28, 2012

Revitalized Polish Program!!!

We are very excited about our revitalized Polish program! Our Polish In-Country Coordinators have over 25 years of experience in helping families and children with international adoptions.

Poland has a very rich culture and heritage with a population of over 38.5 million people, and it is the approximate size of the state of New Mexico. Its capital city is Warsaw, and the official language is Polish.

Approximately 100 international adoptions from Poland have been completed to the United States in the past two years. Children may be as young as three years of age, but are most often older, except in sibling group referrals. Both male and female children are available for adoption. The children that are available for adoption have been living in either an orphanage or a foster home and are ready to find their forever family! New Beginnings is so excited about placing children into families here in the United States that we are not charging any additional fee for the adoption of sibling groups (visas, airfare, and other fees that are due to other entities still apply).

In a Polish adoption, no more than five children total can be in a home after an adoption takes place. Therefore, if you have two children in your home, you may adopt a sibling group of three! Out of birth order adoptions are not allowed for the benefit of the bonding and of the preservation of the children’s roles that are already in the home. To adopt from Poland, married couples must have been married a minimum of three years and be 25 or older in age. Poland also accepts single women as prospective adoptive parents.

Single women are eligible to adopt a male or female child from the age of ten and older. The adoptive parents cannot be more than 40 years older than the child, so, if you are 45, you would be eligible to adopt a child that is five years or older.

If you have any questions or would like to know more about this program, feel free to contact Victoria Kilpatrick, International Program Director, at 662.401.2226 or

At New Beginnings, we love helping children find their Forever Families!