We provide information and consultation to potential adopters who are in the process of obtaining the Home Study Report, or HSR. We also guide non-Singaporeans who are going through the adoption process in Singapore.
We constantly update our clients latest regulations in the baby adoption process and Singapore adoption policy, and the requirements to adopt a child from another country.
For adoptive parents who are adopting for the first time, adoption can seem to be a daunting project. We provide consultation and encouragement at every step of this process. We would like to view ourselves as friends and extended family to the adoptive parent(s), and walk with you through this process.
If you are in the process of doing the HSR, we will guide you on the process, timeline, and documents needed.
If you have obtained the HSR and are looking for a baby, we will provide adoptive parents with photos of children for adoption, family background, health background of birth parents, birth details including birth weight and time. We also provide the full fee schedule with no hidden cost, so that you know how much adoption really cost. When the baby comes to your home, we will share with you information on baby’s schedule and habits, so as to make a smooth transition for the baby.
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After the baby comes over, we will provide information on the timeline of the legal process, adoption leave, buying insurance for baby, injection schedule, necessary documents if you are travelling with the baby, and procedures to apply citizenship for the baby.
We brief birth parents on the requirements for international adoption. Birth parents who are not familiar with the international adoption process usually have to put their babies with orphanages. In our opinion, orphanages are not the best place for children to grow up in. We understand that it is not an easy decision for birth parents to put up your kids for adoption. Therefore we are always listening and accommodating.
A 3rd party is important when it comes to international adoption. While we are glad that in some cases birth parents can find adoptive parents for their babies, our roles are to facilitate the discussion and set the right expectations from both parties.