Intercountry

intercountry
Families interested in adopting a child from another country. As a Hague Accredited Agency, Catholic Charities can assist you in any intercountry adoption by conducting your home study, providing guidance through the dossier process, providing your post-placement visits, reports and finally, assisting you in the finalization of the adoption in the United States.

Intercountry adoptions can be very complicated as there are several entities involved-USCIS, the State of Wisconsin, your international agency, the country from which you are adopting from and Catholic Charities.

It can be also very difficult choosing a country that you feel is appropriate for your family as there are many factors involved in that decision such as length of wait time from referral, time in country, number of trips, age of children available, etc. Catholic Charities staff can assist you in finding the country that best fits your expectations.

The following link contains more information on the Intercountry Adoption Program.

Intercountry Adoption

The link below shows the income guidelines for families adopting internationally.

732A-25 USCIS Income Guidelines

The links below provides a summary of the Catholic Charities Bulgarian Program. Catholic Charities partners with Children’s Home International Bulgarian Program.

Bulgaria Adoption

Bulgaria Program

The link below provides a summary of the Catholic Charities China Program.

China Program

The link below provides a summary of the Catholic Charities Poland Program.

Poland Program

The link below provides a summary of the Catholic Charities Taiwan Program.

Taiwan Program

The link below provides a summary of the Catholic Charities Uganda Program.

Uganda Program

The link below provides a brief tour of the four-step process of how to begin your intercountry adoption.

732A-29 Four Steps to Beginning an Intercountry Adoption