Costa Rica Adoption

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This program is: open

Married couples hoping to adopt from Costa Rica must both be present to sign the needed paperwork at the beginning adoption proceedings. However, at the end, only one parent needs to be there. It is recommended that potential adoptive parents allow themselves at least 30 days to begin the process. Eligible adoptive parents must be between the ages of 25 and 60. In 2009, U.S. citizens adopted approximately 1 child from Costa Rica. Costa Rica is also known to provide comprehensive medical and psychological evaluations of children at referral.

Visit the Adoption Directory for Costa Rica Adoption Agencies and other professionals and services.

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Travel required: Yes; both (if married) must travel for initial process (approx. 30 days), at least one parent must remain for full time--which can take up to a year.

Convention Country?: Yes

Singles accepted: Yes

Other: Married couples must have been married at least 5 years.

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Siong - 3 months ago
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I want to adopt a Grown young man who is now 30 in Costa Rica. I met him when he was 17. He has been MY son from the beginning, we stay in touch regularly and I want to make it legal. He was physically abandoned by his mom at a young age, and has no relationship with her. Any advise or someone you can recommend to assist with adoption? xxxx Thank you #1
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