INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION COUNTRIES
We’re More than a Christian Adoption Agency
International Adoption Programs
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does adoption cost?
In general, our adoption programs range in cost from approximately $8,500 to $43,745. It’s important to remember that grants are available and tax credits may help. Never let the fear of finances prevent you from following your calling to adopt—we have countless stories of how God provides for adoptive families! Full fee schedules are available for each of AGCI’s adoption programs on our webpage.
How long does the adoption process take?
Timelines vary from country to country and are also dependent on a family’s openness to factors such as age, special needs, and gender. Following registration of a family’s dossier, timelines can range from just a few months to several (or 5+) years.
Do all children have special needs?
While there are children who are considered “healthy” and do not have a diagnosed special need, all children who are waiting to be adopted have experienced some level of trauma by the sheer fact that they are not being raised by their biological family. Our in-depth adoption training prepares families for the adoption of children who have experienced trauma or are living with a special need. We will help define “special needs,” share more information on what that looks like for a child and guide you based on what you feel is possible for your family.
How long do we travel?
In-country travel requirements are dependent on the country program. Travel can vary between 1-2 trips and last from 5 days to 4-6 weeks.
Is my family eligible to adopt?
Eligibility varies greatly from country to country. The simplest way to learn more about our country programs is to fill out our free pre-app and talk to one of our Adoption Advisors. Our expert Adoption Advisors will help determine which adoption option is right for you.
What are the ages of children available for adoption?
The ages of children available for adoption vary and range from infants to 17 years old. The greatest need currently is for families open to adopting children over the age of 2 years old.
What countries can we adopt from?
AGCI has adoption programs in 8 countries! We currently place children from Bulgaria, Burundi, China, Colombia, Haiti, the Philippines, South Africa, and our U.S. Oregon program (for Oregon residents only) with loving forever families. We work with adoptive families in all 50 states.
How do we get started with our adoption?
The best way to get started is to fill out our free pre-app! We’ll then be in touch with you to tell you more about the children in each country and discuss the country programs that you may be eligible for.
Why should we choose AGCI as our adoption agency?
All God’s Children International is a Christian adoption agency committed to finding families for children, not children for families. In addition to our adoption programs, we’re dedicated to intervening in the orphan crisis so that children and families have the support they need to thrive. You can learn more about how we serve children around the world here.
The adoption process is not easy, but it is more than worth it. All God’s Children International is a resource to adoptive parents looking to adopt internationally or domestically. Our agency bridges the gap between adoptive families and their future children.
You have a passion for orphans, and so do we. All God’s Children is an adoption agency that brings our experience, integrity, and compassion to help adoptive parents find their son or daughter. The process of adoption can be daunting. We can help you meet the requirements set by governing bodies and make the adoption process move as smoothly as possible.
We serve children all over the globe. We currently serve children waiting for families in China, Haiti, Bulgaria, Burundi, the Philippines, Colombia, South Africa, and the United States. Each country has unique requirements for adoption. All God’s Children helps each family adopt from the country that they feel is right, navigating the complexities of international adoption.