April Checklist…

 Below is what we have completed so far (they aren’t notarized, but we will hopefully notarize the majority of it tomorrow:         

1.  Photos

*6 reflect family life

 *1 of us together

*1 of Randy

*1 of Me

*6-8 of the interior and exterior of our home

2.  Passport Photos-waiting for them to arrive in the mail

3.  Letter of Intent to Adopt

4.  Dossier Family Profile Summary Form

5.  Police Clearances/Sheriff’s Letter

6.  Marriage Certificate

7.  Birth Certificates of Applicants

8.  Home study-waiting on updated one from agency

9.  Health Examination-waiting for doctor’s update

10.  Physical Assessment-waiting for doctor’s update

11.  Psychological Assessment-waiting for doctor’s update

12.  Employment Letter

13.  Financial Statement

17.  Taxes (most recent 1040 federal tax form)

18.  Bank Statement/Bank Letter

19.  Copy of CIS Approval, or I171H

20.  Photocopies of Passports

21.  Resume

22.  Reference Declarations-still missing 1:4

23.  Post-Adoption Agreement

24.  Guardianship Designation

25.  Guardianship Statement

Hopefully all our information will arrive before the end of the month, so we can send our dossier to Holt and take our spot in line with the rest of the families waiting to bring their children home. 


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