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A Guide to Russian Adoption: Professional Counseling and Personal Insights Hardcover – December 30, 2008

ISBN-13: 978-0313350528 ISBN-10: 0313350523 Edition: 1ST

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In addition to adoptive parents seeking children from any foreign country, this work will also appeal to students of counseling, family studies, social work, and family or child psychology.



"Based on her experience as a counselor, advocate for international adoptions, and mother of two sons adopted from Russia, Karwowski offers personal insights and practical advice on the overseas adoption process to those considering the challenges and rewards of adopting a child, particularly one from Russia. The guide includes photos and additional

resources and information on adoptions and foreign travel, plus instructions for the 'Application for Advanced Processing of Orphan Petition' (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Form 1-600A).' "

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This work is a straightforward guide to the Russian adoption journey, up to and beyond adoption day, including emotional and developmental issues parents may face with their adopted child.


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