Domestic Adoption vs International Adoption
Adopting a child from outside the U.S. may actually be more expensive than adopting a child from within the country. Also, it is very likely that you won't be provided with very detailed information about the child's social or health history. With domestic adoptions, you will generally receive a lot of information regarding the child's medical history and social history, as well as the health history of his or her birth mother and birth father.
If you are considering adopting a child from within the U.S., your costs incurred will generally be less than those with an international adoption. You will also not be required to do as much paperwork as you would with an international adoption.
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