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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland)
    Descriptive info: .. Logout.. |.. Contact Us.. | Tel.. +353 1 4992206.. Search.. Home.. About IAA.. Join IAA.. Members Area.. Media Events.. The Adoption Process.. Fundraising.. Links.. Families are made.. in many ways.. Welcome to the IAA website.. This site provides information and support.. to families who are involved in adopting children abroad.. To join the IAA, or for further information please contact.. the office on 01 499 2206 or.. email us.. Member Login.. Register.. Login.. Membership Renewal.. Online Renewals.. You are now able to renew your membership online with your credit or Laser card.. Simply click below to enter your contact details and follow the instructions on screen.. What you need to know.. IAA are committed to providing information and support to families who are engaged in intercountry adoption.. This page is being updated, and will provide initial answers to some frequently asked questions.. 2014 Upcoming Events.. A very successful calendar of events was run in 2013.. Events are open to non-members but at an additional charge.. The calendar of events for 2014 is updated as events are scheduled.. Please check back regularly for updates.. Thank you.. Upcoming Events.. News.. AAI Notice, Adoption from Ethiopia, 16th May 2013.. Prospective adoptive parents proposing to adoption from Ethiopia are reminded that all Section 63 Declarations of Eligibility Suitability expire on 31 October 2013.. Adoptions effected in Ethiopia MUST be finalised in Ethiopia prior to that date.. Adoptions effected in Ethiopia post- 31 October 2013 will not be effected with a valid Declaration of Eligibility [.. ].. AAI Notice, Adoption from Russia, 16th May 2013.. Prospective adoptive parents proposing to adoption from the Russian Federation are reminded that all Section 63 Declarations of Eligibility Suitability expire on 31 October 2013.. Adoptions effected in the Russian Federation MUST be finalised in the Russian Federation prior to that date.. This includes the cooling off period which is a feature of Russian [.. AAI Notice, Section 63 Declarations, 16th May 2013.. Prospective adoptive parents proposing to adopt are reminded that all Section 63 Declarations of Eligibility Suitability expire on 31 October 2013.. Adoptions effected using a Section 63 Declarations of Eligibility Suitability MUST be finalised in the country of origin prior to that date.. Adoptions effected post- 31 October 2013 cannot be effected with [.. AAI Notice, The Philippines, 7th February 2013 Medical Conditions.. NOTICE, The Philippines, 7th February 2013 The Adoption Authority of Ireland has been informed by the ICAB that, effective February 4, 2013, PAPs with Diabetes Mellitus are not automatically disqualified as PAPs, only those with Complicated Diabetes and/or Metabolic Syndrome are disqualified from the Philippine program.. Other unacceptable medical conditions previously issued by the Board [.. AAI Notice, The Philippines, 7th February 2013 Allocations.. The Philippine Inter-Country Adoption Board has informed the AAI that it has  ...   intercountry [.. AAI NOTICE REGISTRATION OF AN ACCREDITED BODY 12 December 2012.. The Adoption Authority has made the following entry in the Register of Accredited Bodies established and maintained by the Authority pursuant to Section 126 of the Adoption Act 2010.. Name of Body: Family Bridge Adoptions Limited Activity for which registered: The activities outlined in Section 4 (a,b,c,d) of the Adoption Act 2010 Countries: India, Kazakhstan [.. NOTICE – GUARDIANSHIP ORDERS (incl.. Philippines and India).. Prospective adoptive parents who are offered the possibility of bringing a child to Ireland under a Guardianship Order for the purposes of adoption in Ireland are strongly advised to seek independent legal advice prior to doing so.. The 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption makes provision for [.. Adoption Authority NOTICE – The Philippines, 5 November 2012.. Following representations from the Adoption Authority of Ireland on the recent announcement of national allocations for the coming years, ICAB has issued the following statement- Placement allocation or child referral is only a projection which could vary depending on the availability of children cleared for inter-country adoption.. As these are only projections, these may change [.. Adoption Authority NOTICE Renewal of Section 40 Declarations of Eligibility Suitability – 5/11/12.. Section 41 states – 41.. —(1) A declaration of eligibility and suitability expires after— (a) 24 months from the date of issuance of the declaration, or (b) a further period of not more [.. AAI NOTICE Declaration of Eligibility Suitability, Amendments to the country of origin, 8th October 2012.. The Authority has sought legal advice as to its powers to issue a supplementary Declaration of Eligibility Suitability when prospective adoptive parents indicate to it that they wish to change their proposed country of origin.. AAI Notice Declaration of Eligibility Suitability, Age of Child, 4 October 2012.. Prospective adoptive parents are advised that under Section 40(3) of the Adoption Act 2010, the Authority, when issuing a Declaration of Eligibility Suitability may include in it a statement relating to the age or state of health of a child whom the Authority considers that the applicant or applicants are suited to adopt.. AAI Notice Adoption from Kazakhstan, 28 September 2012.. he Republic of Kazakhstan ratified the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption on 9 July 2010 with effect from 1November 2010.. Ireland ratified the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption on 28 July 2010 with effect from 1 November [.. 2001-2010 International Adoption Association (Ireland).. International Adoption Association,.. Terenure Enterprise Centre,.. 17 Rathfarnham Road,.. Terenure,.. Dublin 6W.. Ireland.. Phone number: 01 499 2206.. Email:.. info@iaaireland.. org.. Charitable Status Number:.. CHY16049.. About.. Site Terms.. Site Map.. Web Design by JET.. ie..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Contact
    Descriptive info: Contact.. Our Address is:.. International Adoption Association,.. Terenure Enterprise Centre,.. 17 Rathfarnham Road,.. Terenure, Dublin 6W.. Phone number:.. 01 499 2206.. For inquiries on IAA services, information about Intercountry Adoption in Ireland, please email.. Lithuania* The adoption law of the Lithuania has been [.. Where prospective adoptive parents request a change of country, the Authority may seek reasons why the prospective adoptive parents [.. The Authority [..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » About The International Adoption Association (Ireland)
    Descriptive info: About The International Adoption Association (Ireland).. Who We Are.. The International Adoption Association (IAA) is the leading support organisation for families engaged in intercountry adoption into Ireland.. It has approximately 1,000 direct member families directly involved, and represents a broader community of adoptive parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, friends and neighbours.. Our membership comprises of couples and sole adopters who are pre-adoptive, going through the assessment process and who are post adoptive.. Over 5,000 children have been adopted into Ireland from a range of countries.. Their presence is growing, and increasingly recognised.. They range from young babies to teenagers, and live in every county in Ireland.. What We Do.. The IAA has several objectives:.. to ensure that the legislative and administrative frameworks are fair to prospective adopters, adoptive parents and their children.. A great deal of our time  ...   of intercountry adoption.. to promote Intercountry Adoption in Ireland through participating in and creating media opportunities to explain the benefits of intercountry adoption for children and adoptive parents.. to organise social events to celebrate intercountry adoption in Ireland.. to provide information and support to people who are thinking of adopting abroad by providing regular seminars on countries it is possible for Irish people to adopt from.. to provide ongoing support to people who have adopted a child or children abroad through a comprehensive education program covering a wide range of relevant topics.. to disseminate information to our members through the publication of a seasonal newsletter.. Our website is also regularly updated with new information.. to facilitate the sharing of information between members through the Members Forum and through maintaining a contact register of pre- and post adoptive families..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Media
    Descriptive info: AAI Notice VIETNAM with UPDATE June 2012 (orig 17 May 2012).. The Socialist Republic of Vietnam ratified the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption on 1 November 2011 with effect from 1 February 2012.. Ireland ratified the 1993 Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption on 28 July 2010 with effect from 1 November 2010..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Adoption Process
    Descriptive info: Adoption Process.. Introduction to Intercountry Adoption.. WHO CAN ADOPT?.. This guide is intended for people interested in intercountry adoption, who are resident in Ireland.. Irish residents who wish to adopt a child abroad are required to have their eligibility and suitability established by the HSE or by an accredited assessment agency prior to adopting.. ELIGIBILITY.. The eligibility criteria for adoption are provided for under the Adoption Act 2010.. In order to be eligible to adopt you must fall into one of the following categories:.. You are a married couple living together.. This is the only circumstance where the law permits the adoption of a child by more than one person;.. You are a married person living alone.. In this circumstance the spouse s consent to the adoption must be obtained, unless they are living apart and are separated under (i) a court decree, (ii) a deed of separation, (iii) the spouse has deserted the prospective adopter or (iv) conduct on the part of the spouse results in the prospective adopter,with just cause, leaving the spouse and living apart;.. You are the mother, father or a relative of the child (relative meaning a grandparent, brother, sister, uncle or aunt of the child and/or the spouse of any such person, the relationship to the child being traced through the mother or the father);.. You are a widow/widower;.. You are a sole applicant not covered in any of the categories above and the Adoption Authority is satisfied that, in the particular circumstances of the case, it is desirable to grant an adoption order.. There is also a.. minimum.. age limit for adoption.. You must be at  ...   the first instance be made to the HSE.. The HSE has statutory power to allocate assessments to accredited assessment agencies.. The 5 Standards.. In assessing your suitability regard shall be had to the following standards:.. The capacity to safeguard the child throughout his or her childhood;.. The capacity to provide the child with family life that will promote his or her development and well being and have due regard to the physical, emotional, social, health, educational, cultural, spiritual and other dimensions.. The resources that families can draw on will vary from family to family and may change over time.. Whatever circumstances the family find themselves in, the applicant/s will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the importance of maintaining an on-going and meaningful relationship with their child;.. The capacity to provide an environment where the child s original nationality, race, culture, language and religion will be valued and appropriately promoted throughout childhood.. This will include the capacity of the parent/s to recognise the differences between themselves and their child within these areas and to recognise and try to combat racism and other institutional and personal oppressive forces within society;.. The capacity to recognise and understand the impact of being an adopted child from an overseas country on the development of the child s identity throughout their childhood and beyond;.. The capacity to recognise the need for and to arrange for appropriate support and intervention from health, social services, educational, and other services throughout childhood.. HOW TO APPLY:.. Applications must be made to the HSE.. Contact Details for the HSE are listed in the Useful Addresses section at the end of this Guide..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Fundraising
    Descriptive info: Donations.. Donate.. Donating to the International Adoption Association (Ireland) is easy.. Just choose the amount you wish to donate from the suggested quantities below and follow the simple purchasing process.. You will receive a receipt by email shortly once payment has been confirmed.. Our payment system is fully secure and all credit card and LASER details are only handled by our processing partner, RealEx..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Useful Addresses
    Descriptive info: Useful Addresses.. The Office of the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.. Hawkins House, Dublin 2.. Phone: (01) 635-4000.. www.. omc.. gov.. The Adoption Authority of Ireland.. Shelbourne House.. Shelbourne Road.. Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.. Phone: 01-230-9300.. aai.. Department of Justice, Equality Law Reform.. Immigration Clearance Operations.. 13 – 14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2.. Phone: (01) 616-7700.. The Office of the Supreme Court.. Four Courts, Dublin 7.. Phone: (01) 8886700 / (01) 8725555.. You must make an appointment in advance.. Department of Foreign Affairs.. Consular Section.. Hainault House.. St.. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.. Phone: (01) 408 2174 / (01) 408 2322..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) » Membership Benefits
    Descriptive info: Membership Benefits.. Annual membership of the IAA includes:.. ·.. IAA Publications – A Guide to Intercountry Adoption Part 1 and Part 2.. Two x €10.. 00 vouchers redeemable against standard IAA events (where admission is €10) within the current membership year.. new for 2012.. Regular email alerts.. Receipt of “Adoption Matters” – IAA Newsletter.. Telephone Helpline (office hours).. Out of Office Hours Emergency Text Service.. Participation in the Members’ Yahoo Group at.. http://groups.. yahoo.. com/group/iaa-ireland/.. Representation in the form of Lobbying, PR and Advocation for Intercountry Adoption.. Invitation and reduced rate of admission to the IAA Annual Conference.. Participation in our continuing programme of education on issues encountered in adoption.. Participation in IAA  ...   each year.. Contact Register.. If you would like to meet/phone other couples in similar circumstances and wish to have your name circulated to others in the Association, please email Trish at the office.. trish@iaaireland.. org Your name will not be given to anyone unless you complete the form.. Committee.. Much of the committee s work involves lobbying government ministers and the Health Service Executive.. The IAA is always looking for people who have the energy, commitment and a little free time to progress the issues affecting most of the members of the IAA.. If you would like to help out on the committee then we would be delighted to hear from you (.. )..

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  • Title: The International Adoption Association (Ireland) › Registration Form
    Descriptive info: The International Adoption Association (Ireland).. Register For This Site.. Username *.. Email Address *.. 6.. -.. 4.. equals:.. Password *.. First Name *.. Last Name *.. A password will be e-mailed to you.. Log in.. Lost your password?.. Back to The International Adoption Association (Ireland)..

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