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This program is: open

In 2011, U.S. citizens adopted approximately thirteen children from Peru. Children available for adoption include toddlers and older children, as well as children with special needs. These children reside in orphanages.

Visit the Adoption Directory for Peru Adoption Agencies and other professionals and services.

Map of Peru

Travel required: Yes, if married, both parents must travel; there is a required period for parent(s) to reside with the child for a 10 to 15 days during which attachment is evaluated.

Convention Country?: Yes

Singles accepted: Yes (no unmarried couples).

Other: Post-placement reports and supervision are required for four years.

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International Waiting Children

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Yula (6)

Dan

Dan (3)

Sharon

Sharon (4)

Molly

Molly (11)

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wanda - 4 weeks ago
Hi I was born in1982 in Pucallpa, Peru, I was adopted then from my American Parents. We stayed in Pucallpa for about 4 yrs and then moved to Colorado. I want to find my biological parents , if that is possible. How and where do I start. What is a good website I can go to? my email address is xxxx #1
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