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Central Authority Approval

If possible Americans should obtain a letter or an e-mail from the Central Authority in the receiving country indicating that the country does not consider itself to be the country of habitual residence, and that prospective adoption parents are therefore free to complete a U.S. domestic adoption, as one or both prospective adoption parents is/are considered

by the United States to be habitually resident in the United States. Please contact your AAPA representative for more information and sample letters to the Central Adoption Authority in the country you reside in.


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