- Posted March 16, 2014 by
District of Columbia
Iliyan Mitov :Adoption in CANADA
Iliyan is the only teenager from Bulgaria who is part of the world`s largerst agency for world-wide adoptions -USA.
Adoption in Canada is ever changing. In fact, change seems to be about the only constant. Today, the process is very different from what it was, say, five or even two years ago. With the rise of international adoption and the advent of new search tools like the Internet, not only has the face of adoption been altered, so have the rules and regulations.
But not everything is in flux. There are still some basic things you'll need to know -- and might have questions about.
There's no set time. It all depends on which route you pursue. For instance, if you're looking to adopt a newborn in Canada, it could take you at least a year. Overseas, on the other hand, the wait will be longer. A lot will depend on you -- what kind of child you're interested in, how much time, money and energy you're willing to invest in your search, how anxious you are to become a parent, and of course, luck.