The following was sent to me yesterday and these kids need your help. If you know anyone with a heart for adoption please send this on to them! I can tell you as a parent to an older adopted child that it is a wondereful-beautiful thing!! Emergency Adoption
-Ageing out healthy kids from China-Exceptions considered- No adoption fees: Our staff has met with these children in China and would be happy to talk with you about them.We are advocating for three girls from China age 13 and one boy age 13 from China that must have completed adoptions SOON! They are all healthy. They are in danger of turning 14 and "ageing out." This means they may have no support or resources and have to live on their own in China - if they are not adopted before they turn 14.There is no fee or application necessary to simply review these children's information. We also have video and photos. GOOD NEWS! Married couples may ask for exceptions to the adoption requirements for these particular children. So if you dont fit all the guidelines perfectly you may still be able to adopt one of these healthy children. There is no fee to pay first to find out if you are may be granted an exceptionl.All adoption fees have been donated for these children. There are no application fees, no adoption fees and no post placement fees. This is a savings of over $14000. There is also a no-interest loan of $4500 that may be available and you may be eligible for over $10,000 in Adoption tax credit. Parents will be responsible for paying for their homestudy, immigration, visas and travel fees.Wait time:greatly reduced. WACAP (http://www.wacap.org/) will do everything possible to expedite these adoptions. There are also 30 other children age 10-12 available for adoption..WACAP (www.wacap.org) is a non-profit adoption agency with over 18 years of experience in adoptions from China. Contact mailto:FamilyFinders%40wacap.org or 1-800-732-1887. Requirements for China adoptions:
Married couples please inquire about the possiblity of an exception if you dont fit these guidelines.Married couples only. Couples must be married a minimum of two years, and couples with prior divorces must be married at least five years. Both spouses must be 30–54 years of age (before 55th birthday must complete the adoption for families adopting children who are older or have special needs). Applicants must be "physically and mentally healthy" as defined by the CCAA. Any of the following conditions may disqualify an applicant: A body mass index (BMI) of 40 or more (see this online BMI calculator), for either applicant. Infectious disease still at an infective stage; Mental handicap; Blindness or severe vision impairment; Inability to hear or speak unless planning to adopt a child with the same condition, Afunction or dysfunction of limbs or trunk caused by impairment, incompleteness, numbness or deformation; severe facial deformation; severe diseases that require long-term treatment and affect life expectancy, such as cancer, lupus, kidney disease, epilepsy, etc.; A major organ transplantation less than 10 years earlier; A history of cancer; Schizophrenia; Taking medication for mental disorders (mild or severe), including depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety disorder, within the previous two years . In addition to the requirement for the family's income to exceed $10,000 per family member (including the child to be adopted), the family's net worth must exceed $80,000. Each applicant must hold a high school diploma or equivalent. The youngest child currently in the home must be over 1 year of age. Applicants must have no criminal record. WACAP (www.wacap.org) is a non-profit adoption agency with a long history of adoptions form China.
Contact Lynne Mason at mailto:FamilyFinders%40wacap.org or 1-800-732-1887.
There are bios on these children and I would be happy to email them if anyone would like, I just did not feel comfortable posting them here...