Children available for adoption include boys and girls, from infants to older children, healthy and special needs. These children reside in orphanages; once a referral is accepted, the child may be placed in foster care at adopting parent's expense. In 2011, U.S. citizens adopted approximately eleven children from Honduras.
Visit our International Adoption Agency Directory for a list of adoption professionals and services.
Travel required: Both (if married) must travel to present their petition; one may make a second trip or remain in-country with the child until finalization, which can take several months.
Convention Country?: No
Singles accepted: Yes
Other: No private adoptions allowed; caution if presented with a private opportunity. Parents may refuse a referral for good reason, but a second refusal will terminate the application. Post-placement reports required until the child reaches the age of 14.
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