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The paper asserts that it is vital that the challenges of adoption do not outweigh the rewards, and discusses how this can be accomplished by using a reputable adoption agency, finding a country that respects the rights of children and families and by going into the adoption process with a realistic understanding of the problems that may occur. The paper relates that the "international adoption of children by families in the United States continues to present a desirable alternative to the limitations associated with domestic adoption and infertility treatment" (Hollingsworth, 2003).
From the Paper:"The Hague Convention's main work is the international agreement between participating countries on adoption procedures. The agreement focuses on the best interest of the child and the prevention of child abduction, trafficking, sale or any other type of exploitation. The Hague agreement also protects birth families and adoptive families. A Central Authority is in place in each country to assure that accurate information is provided to each family in relation to the adoptive process and the child. "It's cheaper and easier to buy a baby for $100.00 than to have one of your own"..."
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International Adoption (2007, December 01) Retrieved January 18, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/term-paper/international-adoption-135224/
"International Adoption" 01 December 2007. Web. 18 January. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/term-paper/international-adoption-135224/>