China Adoption Program

The China Waiting Child (CWC) Program was established to help place older children and children faced with particular challenges or conditions into special families. Such children may have conditions like cleft lip and palate, missing digits or hands, club feet, orthopedic problems, congenital heart disease, vision or hearing problems, and other conditions. HIC is one […]

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Philippines Adoption Program

The Philippines runs excellent and child-centered permanency programs. HIC is proud to offer a child-placement program in cooperation with the Central Authority (Inter-Country Adoption Board) and well-respected non-profit social service organizations in the Philippines. Prospective adoptive parents will enjoy the excellent information about waiting children and care provided to those children.

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Philippines Relative Adoption Program

This special HIC program is ONLY for families wishing to adopt direct relative children living in the Philippines who meet the adoption criteria. Philippine relative adoptions can only be processed by ICAB approved agencies such as HIC. Clients are cautioned against retaining attorneys to attempt these adoptions without the support of an approved adoption agency.

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Ka Makana Domestic Adoption Program

HIC offers a domestic adoption program for Hawaii-based adoptive families and Hawaii-based birth families. Due to the number of children placed each year through this program, families in this program are also encouraged to consider other programs through which to grow their family. HIC will provide families with both home study and post-placement services. Final […]

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Yoshee Embryo Matching Program

HIC’s embryo matching program allows the adopting family to parent to begin the family-building journey with pregnancy and childbirth. HIC accepts the donation of frozen embryos from families who have completed building their families and seeks to match them with local families willing and able to undergo Frozen Embryo Transfer and carry a child(ren) to […]

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