Although an embryo adoption home study is virtually identical to a traditional domestic adoption home study, some embryo adoption providers require extra steps or paperwork. Most medical conditions are not prohibitive for adoptive families as long as you are under a physician's care.
Home studies highlight items such as your relationships, interactions with children, childhoods and your home and neighborhood.
A home study is a basic overview of your family's life, history and home, which allows courts and our agency to determine if a stable emotional, physical and financial environment exists for an adopted child.
The Interstate Compact for the Placement of Children (ICPC) accepts American Adoptions' home studies across the United States.
This often means an increased waiting period to receive a child and could double your costs.
Those documents will be forwarded to your home study worker for full assessment.