China: CCAA Criteria

09/26/2006

The Office of Children’s Issues continues to hear rumors and anecdotes from the U.S. adoption community and among prospective adoptive parents looking to adopt Chinese children that the CCAA intends to impose stricter criteria on prospective families. The U.S. Embassy in Beijing and Consulate General in Guangzhou, both of which have regular contact with CCAA, have reported that the slowdowns they have seen thus far are related more to the CCAA’s ability to chose from among larger numbers of families than previously as applications submitted have increased.

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