Darren and Dorothy
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Darren and Dorothy are said to be in URGENT need of a home. Darren born in September of 2006 and Dorothy born in March of 2002 have lived under very difficult circumstances and
Dorothy is about to age out and the siblings will not be able to be adopted together. Our attorney says:
The two children have lived under very bad conditions – in a very poor family with a mother that was drinking a lot and were taken from their family about 3 years ago. The children have been physically and psychically abused by the father and have been raised in extremely poor conditions. So, they are very very attached to each other as the sister has taken care of her little brother and protected him his whole life. We talked to the US Embassy and they said that even if a family cannot finish the adoption procedure for Dorothy (as she is going to turn 18 in March 2020), there is a special procedure for getting a visa for a sibling of adopted child who is over 18. So, in case a family is found that is not paper ready at the moment, they can just adopt the brother and get Dorothy to US with this kind of visa. Otherwise the children are great!!! They are smart, loving and very nice, and want to be adopted and have their own family!! We do hope that although everything, they may have their chance for finding a loving family willing to give a chance to these beautiful children!!! Could you be that family?
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