General Child Adoption Process
Parenthood is an astonishing feeling and so is the journey. From feeling the existence of life into your womb to the day when those little fingers are wrapped around your big finger, the heart melts down to the very moment, the feeling is beyond expression. With adoption, you can become a parent to someone who actually needs a family. The journey is not always determined by those nine months, but by making an unknown a part of your family and growing together, completing the incomplete part.
Child Adoption in India is a legal and emotional process. Once the process is done the adopted person becomes a permanent member of the adoptive family. In India, most people are eligible to adopt regardless of their marital status. In general, as per law, you may be able to adopt a child if you are aged 21 or over.
As per CARA India (Central Adoption Resource Authority), Ministry of Women and Child Welfare, Government of India,
“Prospective adoptive parents, whose overall age is 90 years or less, may adopt infants and young children. In case of older and special needs children, the upper age limit can be relaxed based on the merits of the case.”
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“May everyone have a child and every child has parents.”
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