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How does one go for adoption

It changed in a second! One instant we were holding him in our hands, the next, we were transformed! From companions, friends, spouses....we became Mom and Dad. There was a finality, that was an end.


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Haimanti Datta

| Sep 04, 2017

Just go through CARA website. This is pretty much self explanatory and transparent. Not as complicated as mentioned herein.

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Rukmini Basu

| May 03, 2017

The procedure is very simple and transparent now. Not as the article says. I think it is a very old article.

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nitin

| Sep 16, 2016

hi sneha- could u pls highlight the changed guidelines and also share with us so that we may update.

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Sneha Agarwal

| Jul 21, 2016

The Cara guidelines have changed now. Most of the process details that you have mentioned don't hold true anymore.

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Amrita Mazumdar Pokkunuri

| May 25, 2016

Great insight. thank you. congratulations...

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Aditi

| Jul 03, 2013

thanks Anupreeta :D

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Anupreeta

| Jun 10, 2013

Very nice article!

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Aditi

| Jun 03, 2013

Thanks Sonali & Bhavna.... hugs girls & Nancy yes it will remain the same, depends on the NGO, the one I dealt with, will in all likelihood not treat your case any differently on account of having a biological child :) you can write to me at aditi363das@gmail. com if you wish to have their contact details & kudos to your noble thought!

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Bhavna

| Jun 03, 2013

Very well written aditi ( but that is not a surprise :-)), congratulations once again , i am so happy for you guys...

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Nancy Thacker

| Jun 01, 2013

Great insight on the procedure for adoption. I want to know will this procedure remain same if we wish to adopt a child even if we have a baby of our own? We are keen on adopting a girl child as our second baby. Do they favour this situation and allow adoption?

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DrSonali Bassi

| May 31, 2013

Aditi very well written. A few words and you have managed to emote so well . Good you wrote this,

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Aditi

| May 31, 2013

thanks Neetu :) my son was just 3 months old when we first saw him , he cooed at me & smiled at us :) It was in a way a spiritual experience you know! :D

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Neetu Ralhan

| May 31, 2013

Beautiful, nothing compares to reading a first hand experience.

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