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.
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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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