Tuesday, December 9, 2008

JCICS Post

December 3, 2008 - Joint Council has confirmed that the U.S. Embassy
in Kyrgyzstan has been requesting further information on the current
state of intercountry adoptions from the Kyrgyz government. At this
time, it is our understanding that the Kyrgyz Parliament has concerns
regarding the governmental control of Adoption Service Providers in
the republic.

In meetings with Kyrgyz officials, the US Embassy stressed that the
current actions are causing fiscal and emotional distress to potential
adoptive parents. Kyrgyz officials have been unwilling to comment as
to the processing of cases already in progress. However, a
governmental working group will be forming in the coming weeks. We do
not expect any official statement to come from this working group
before the end of 2008.

2 comments:

Drew, Michelle, Luke and Tetyana said...

What does this mean????

Kathy and Matt said...

This post sounds discouraging. Can you provide any further insights into what it may mean regarding delays and your adoption process?

I'm sorry to hear there are more challenges!