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[easyreview icon=”bluestar” title=”Review according to legislation and to our members” cat1title=”LGBT friendliness” cat1detail=”Not yet evaluated. Relating to legislation and attitude in general” cat1rating=”0″ cat2title=”Possibility for single women to adopt” cat2detail=”Not yet evaluated.” cat2rating=”0″ cat3title=”Possibility for single men to adopt” cat3detail=”Not yet evaluated.” cat3rating=”0″ cat4title=”Possibility for same gender couples to adopt” cat4detail=”Not yet evaluated.” cat4rating=”0″ cat5title=”Recognition of same gender relationships” cat5detail=”Not yet evaluated. Will be 3 for civil unions without parental rights and 5 for access to equivalent of marriage.” cat5rating=”0″ summary=”Not yet evaluated. Will be updated from members’ feedback”]

Links to the Hague status

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Link to local Adoption Authority

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Link to local Adoption Agencies

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Other useful links

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Latest updates

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The Adoption Board examined the adoption law of INDIA on 28/5/2002. The Board decided that at that date certain adoptions effected by person’s of the HINDU faith and carried out in accordance with the law of that country MAY comply with the definition of a ‘foreign adoption’ as stated in S. 1 of the Adoption Act 1991. Full / plenary adoptions carried out in accordance with the adoption law of INDIA and which satisfy the criteria stated in s. 1 of the Adoption Act 1991 MAY qualify for an entry in the Register of Foreign Adoptions. Person’s intending to have a child placed with them in INDIA are advised to seek independent legal advice prior to doing so. The placement of the child in such circumstances MAY be contrary to S. 34 of the Adoption Act 1952 (as amended), i.e. the placement is not by the natural mother to a close relative or the HSE. The Adoption Board is currently reviewing the adoption law of India.


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