Expectant Parent Call 480-900-5520 Text 602-922-0408 Or 602-922-0401
Adoptive Parent Call 480-999-4310
Serving Expectant Parents Statewide With Offices located in:
Phoenix | Flagstaff | Tuscon

Putting up a Child for Adoption without U.S. Citizenship 

We understand that everyone is in a different position, and at Adoption Choices of Arizona, we are here to assist everyone. Putting up a child for adoption without U.S. citizenship will not be difficult, because as long as the child is a U.S. citizen, we will be able to help you. 

This is a partnership between Adoption Choices of Arizona and you, and we will work with you, regarding all your needs. Placing your child for adoption means giving your child to a good family, and you will always have the option of choice regarding the adoption process. Your adoption caseworkers and counselors will be working with you closely to ensure that you have the most successful adoption journey possible. 

  • We are Your Advocates in the Adoption Journey

Throughout the adoption process, all the paperwork you’ll complete is confidential and we will make sure that you are in control throughout the process. You are at no disadvantage when choosing adoption with us. We also know that choosing the right people to be with you is important. In this way, you can formulate an adoption team to work with you. Adoption is not a simple process, but it is made simpler through Adoption Choices of Arizona

Everything throughout the adoption process will be secure, so you’ll be well taken care throughout your adoption journey. You can be assured that all your needs will be met. As you are the birth mother of your child, all your records are kept safe. Our teams are trained to ensure privacy. 

  • Your Options for Choosing an Adoptive Family

A large part of the adoption process is choosing the right adoptive family for your child, and you will have the option to do this. Your adoption team will guide you through putting up a child for adoption without U.S. citizenship and will help you to find the best option. There are many things to consider when choosing an adoptive family, such as occupation, background, education, location and finding a family who fits what you envision for your child. 

Your adoption caseworker will be your primary guide throughout your adoption process, so be sure to ask any and all questions you have. They will help you navigate through the types of adoption, like open or closed adoption, and give you information to make the most informed decision. Which one you choose will be up to you. Any emotional support you may need during your adoption journey will be provided by our adoption counselors. We are always here to help!

  • How to Make Your Adoption Successful

In order for your adoption team to work with you well, it is important to communicate your wants and needs. This will ensure that your adoption caseworker and support system gets the information they need to ensure that you have a successful adoption journey. Even though you may face emotional ups and downs along the way, your adoption team will be there to make putting up a child for adoption without U.S. citizenship easier and less stressful. 

Teamwork is the key to the success for your adoption process.

Adoption Can Lead to a Better Life

Placing your child for adoption gives him or her the chance to live a healthy and happy life. With you at the helm of all the decision making, you will be helping both yourself and your child towards this brighter future. Adding our help at Adoption Choices of Arizona will only increase your odds at a successful adoption and fulfilling your desire. 

Adoption is a positive option for birth parents, adoptive parents and children. It’s always available for you no matter what.

For adoption resources or to begin your adoption journey, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call or text us at 1-480-900-5520. If you are an prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead, visit us here!

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Victoria writes primarily about fiction, but dabbles in nonfiction too — specifically anything that has to do with social novels based in the Victorian era — and uses writing to understand the world around her. She self-published a nonfiction philosophy and lifestyle novel that she wrote to help others cope with life’s stresses. All of her interests and experiences come through her writing, and helps her focus, bring out central ideas and remain consistent. She hopes her works will aid society in the path towards altruism.

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