The second wave of Corona has killed many people. But you will be surprised to know that in such a situation, because of Corona, 1000 children have been orphaned. Many such children have lost their parents and are left alone. In such a situation, if someone wants to adopt such children, the process has been told for them.
If you get news of such children, then if you want to adopt them, then a legal process has to be completed. For this, you can complete this process through the Adoption Policy of the state.
You can read the Guideline given by CARA (Central Adoption Resource Authority) in India. According to Guideline, the entire process was completed. For this, you should visit this website www.cara.nic.in and follow the entire process. If you talk about the fees, then you only have to pay the registration fees, apart from that no other fees were charged.
Who can adopt a orphaned child?
Let us tell you that for parents who want to adopt a child, it is important for the future adoptive parents to be physically, mentally and emotionally stable and financially competent. Because the child should not have any trouble in future.
Whatever parents want to adopt a child, whether they have children before or not, they will have to follow these rules.
In the case of a married couple, the consent of both spouses will be required for adoption.
-A single woman can adopt any gender child.
A single male will not be eligible for adoption.
Children will not be given to couples who do not have a stable marital relationship for at least two years. According to KARA rules, the minimum age difference between the child and any of the prospective adoptive parents should not be less than twenty five years. Couples who have 3 or 4 children are not allowed to adopt a child.