January 9, 2010 by Adoption Information and Laws
Filed under About Adoption
Amendments in proceedings of adoption have been requested by the Guatemalan courts, and this resulted in problems. Despite the disadvantages, this has managed to attract adoptive families from America. Children of very young ages are seen at Guatemalan. In 2005, approximately 3,783 children were adopted from this place. No travel is involved in his adoption. Moreover, single parents are also accepted. But, before proceeding further, a test of DNA is done for the United States. The test is to establish the mother-child relationship. Also, after the adoption process, 6 months of surveillance is also done.
Latino (including Mayan Indian, Hispanic) and Mayan Indians form most of the population in Guatemalan. They began their international adoption process during the end of the 6 year old Civil War that came to an end in 1996.DNA testing of the birth mother and her child was asked to be done by the US as there were stories of stolen babies or of selling or giving them for adoption.To Read More =>