Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Post Placement Reports for Russia in 2013 - per USDOS


USDOS Alert: Post-Placement reports

Russia requires post-placement reports to provide information regarding the welfare of children adopted by U.S. families. Reports should be prepared in accordance with the requirements established by the Russian government and as agreed to during the adoption process. All reports should be translated into Russian. Reports may be submitted to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation directly at the address included below or can be sent to the regional authorities where the adoption was completed. More information regarding post-placement reports can be found on the Russia country information sheet.

Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
Department of State Policy for the Protection of Children’s Rights
51 Lysinovskaya St.
Moscow, 117997

We strongly urge you to comply with the requirements established by the Russia government and complete all post-adoption requirements in a timely manner. Your adoption agency may be able to help you with this process.

See: http://adoption.state.gov/country_information/country_specific_alerts_notices.php?alert_notice_type=alerts&alert_notice_file=russia_11

If you need a format for this report, you can review my older post here
http://karensadoptionlinks.blogspot.com/2013/02/post-placement-reports-for-russia-in.html

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

300 Broken Promises



If you would like to support the waiting children in Russia, consider liking this page on facebook:

300 Broken Promises
or following on Twitter
@300_B_Promises

This is a parent led effort, supporting those who were officially matched with waiting children prior to the adoption ban.