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Birth Mother and Birth Father Registry


Many states have a child adoption registry that can help unite you with the child you placed for adoption.

Birth Parent and Adopting Family Registry

Many states have a Birth Parent and Adopting Family Registry.  The child adoption registry is is designed for matching persons who desire contact with their next-of-kin by birth. It is for a) any child/adoptee who is 18 years of age or older; b) birth parents, siblings and birth relatives; and c) adoptive parents of an adopted child who are still under the age of 18. 

Additional Information

AdopteeSearchInfo is a website for adoption reunion search. It has information about all 50 states, lists of mailing lists and registries, and many links to other sites where you can also get help.

AdoptionSearcher.com helps reunite adoptees, birth mothers, birth fathers, siblings and all birth family members, separated by the adoption process. There is a fee for all services.

AdoptionRegistryConnect is a worldwide adoptee and birth parent search registry designed to reunite adoptees with their birth parents and siblings.

AdoptionSearchReunion  is for anyone thinking about searching for or making contact with birth and adopted relatives or researching an adoption that took place in the UK.

Another potentially helpful site is AmericanAdoptionCongress.org. You may also want to check the laws of the state in which you reside at Laws for Child Adoption.

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