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March 2006

At the current pace dossiers are being matched with children, the soonest we can hope for is a late May referral (resulting in July travel). But it is quite possible we may not receive a referral until late July (resulting in September travel). Actually, at the current pace, it is not out of the question […]

According to the China Center of Adoption Affairs, “The CCAA has finished the review of the adoption application documents registered with our office before August 31, 2005. The CCAA has finished the placement of children for the families whose adoption application documents were registered with our office before May 30, 2005. ”

Click here for “Adoptions [without] borders: Parents say international route presents fewer roadblocks in journey toward happy families” from the Lawrence Journal-World (KS).

Click here for “Adopted sisters find each other through e-mails, DNA” from the Baltimore Sun (MD).

Click here for “Families celebrate upcoming Chinese adoptions” from the Hattiesburg American (MS).

Click here for “Chinese Adoptions Surge in New York, East Meets Upper West Side” from Bloomberg. Click here for “DNA test brings two separated orphans together” from the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Click here for “Essays convey range of the adoptive experience” from the Boston Globe.

A video clip Their website

Update tonight on the CCAA website: “The CCAA has finished the review of the adoption application documents registered with our office in July 2005.” Our dossier (Chinese adoption application) was logged in as received by CCAA (the Chinese government agency that oversees adoptions) on July 28. Thus, our dossier has passed through the CCAA review […]

Click here for “Many Adopted Children Are Chinese” from News 14 Carolina (article includes a link to a television news video)