Adoption from China

Katarina Bader
 


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Adopting a child from China is one of the most popular options for the childless couple nowadays. After all, there are so many children born in China that are unwanted. This has a lot to do with the government's policies. You see, China has a huge population and it is getting bigger every day. To stop it from growing further, the government has instituted some harsh policies. Each couple is allowed to have only one child. Any additional children, and the parents are severely penalized. When you adopt a child from China, you allow him or her to grow up in an environment where he or she won't be persecuted for being a second or third child. This is why adoption from China is such a good idea.

Of course, adoption from China is not an inexpensive matter. You would think that, in a country where they do not want so many children, they would make it easy for foreigners to go through the adoption process. In fact, this is not the case. If anything, adoption from China is harder than in most places. It can cost literally tens of thousands of dollars to adopt from China. You have to make several visits, pay for extensive background checks, meet various officials, talk to various adoption agencies there is a whole run around to it. They do not do anything to make it easy for you. They do not have to. There is such a demand for adoption from China.

Adoption from China is worth it. I speak from experience. Me and my wife adopted a child from China about ten years ago. Since then, we have watched her grow up from a sickly baby to a healthy young woman. Although there was a lot of hassle to it, and at times we did not think we would succeed in adopting from China, in the end we were lucky. Our adoption from China allowed us to raise the most precious, beautiful little girl that we have ever seen. We are so happy to be a family.

If you have decided not to have children, or are unable to have kids, you should definitely consider adoption from China. Many people worry that they will not be able to love a child that is not like them, but once you meet this little creature who depends on you, your opinions will change. It is not hard to love a child who is part of your family.

Katarina Bader helps ordinary people become educated. She is a passionate advocate of education for children. Her work with adults has clearly shown that a foundation of education at an early age contributes significantly to one’s overall confidence and full-self expression later in life. http://www.baderbiz.com/

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