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Can a Couple in Another State Adopt My Baby?

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on June 1, 2018

out-of-state-familyWhen you're thinking about adoption, you're looking for the perfect adoptive family for your baby. But is it possible if the adoptive couple lives outside of your state?

Lifetime works nationwide so you have a wide variety of adoptive families to choose from, not just those in your state or city. We help adoptive couples all over the United States to make sure that you can find just the right one for your child, no matter where they live.

Your adoption process doesn't work that much differently if you choose a couple outside of your state. No matter where you and the adoptive parents live, you'll still be able to create your own adoption plan, define your preferences for an adoptive couple, review profiles, and pick the right couple for your child.

Once you have chosen the right adoptive parents for your baby, you'll have the opportunity to get to know them better. Regardless of how many miles you live apart, you can still grow close with the adoptive couple through phone calls, emails, and more.

When your baby is born, the adoptive couple you have chosen travels to your hospital. Every adoptive family who works with Lifetime is ready and excited to travel at a moment’s notice.

If you have an open adoption, you can stay in contact with your child and the parents for many years. Future in-person visits are a possibility, as are emails, phone calls, letters, and updates on social media sites.

Need help searching for just the right adoptive family? Lifetime Adoption is here to help guide in choosing an out-of-state adoptive family for your baby.

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Topics: interstate adoption, how to choose a family for my baby, how to choose an adoptive family